Photo by Cory Weaver San Francisco Opera

In Così fan tutte, the women have the last laugh when the men they plan to marry come up with a really bad idea: egged on by a cynical old bachelor, the guys decide to put their fiancées to the “fidelity test.” Big mistake, as the resulting romantic debacle demonstrates. Mozart does it again, with glorious music fueling comedy that cuddles right up to a calamity just waiting to happen.

Elizabeth Askren conducts this production from San Francisco Opera, which is sung in Italian with English supertitles.

In Così fan tutte, the women have the last laugh when the men they plan to marry come up with a really bad idea: egged on by a cynical old bachelor, the guys decide to put their fiancées to the “fidelity test.” Big mistake, as the resulting romantic debacle demonstrates. Mozart does it again, with glorious music fueling comedy that cuddles right up to a calamity just waiting to happen.

Elizabeth Askren conducts this production from San Francisco Opera, which is sung in Italian with English supertitles.

In Così fan tutte, the women have the last laugh when the men they plan to marry come up with a really bad idea: egged on by a cynical old bachelor, the guys decide to put their fiancées to the “fidelity test.” Big mistake, as the resulting romantic debacle demonstrates. Mozart does it again, with glorious music fueling comedy that cuddles right up to a calamity just waiting to happen.

Elizabeth Askren conducts this production from San Francisco Opera, which is sung in Italian with English supertitles.

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Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House
2403 Flora St.
Dallas, TX 75201
https://dallasopera.org/performance/cosi-fan-tutte/

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