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Directed and Performed by Eugene Brancoveanu with Rachel Beninghof, Jin-Hee Lee, J. Raymond Myers, and Phillip Skinner
Musical Director, Marie-Louise Catsalis, Stanford Medicine Orchestra
In a short one-act opera encapsulating the tensions and challenges of humanities and sciences coexisting in a university setting, a Lecturer in English, overwhelmingly infatuated with a Professor of Genetics, both debate the essence and relevance of their disciplines, which becomes a metaphor for their star-crossed relationship, as parodied by a retelling of the Tristan and Isolde love story. Composed by Haris Vrontos with a libretto by John Ioannidis, a Professor of Medicine at Stanford.
Entry by donation at the door to El Sistema, Greece (providing music education to youth regardless of citizenship status)
Toyon Hall Centenary Celebrations: 455 Arguello Way, Stanford University
FREE FOR STUDENTS
Refreshents will be served after the performance
With the kind support of the Office of the Dean of the School of Medicine, the Dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences & Residential Education, Stanford University
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