Mozart’s Don Giovanni: Maryland Opera Studio

Mozart’s Don Giovanni

Maryland Opera Studio
April 14-April 23, 2023
Principal People: 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, composer
Lorenzo Da Ponte, librettist
Craig Kier, conductor
Corinne Hayes, director

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Audience Advisory: 
The "Don Giovanni" story exposes many unacceptable and traumatic behaviors, which include sexual violence. 
Program Notes: 

Join us in person at The Clarice! Please note that this performance will not be livestreamed.

While fleeing the scene of his crime, the lascivious Don Giovanni commits an unimaginable murder. This depraved act unleashes hell itself in an opera that masterfully combines dark comedy with the darkest of acts. With themes that continue to resonate today, Mozart and Da Ponte create a world as troubling and complicated in our time as it was at its premiere. This opera will be performed in Italian with English supertitles.

Audience Advisory

The Don Giovanni story exposes many unacceptable and traumatic behaviors, which include sexual violence. We stand with campus and advocacy organizations nationwide in acknowledging Sexual Assault Awareness Month and appreciate the support of our campus community organizations who are providing resources for this production. We encourage you to take advantage of these available tools as we work to prevent and address sexual violence at UMD and beyond. Resources will be available for audience members in the lobby during each performance, and community members looking for additional support can contact:

Campus Advocates Respond and Educate to Stop Violence (CARE)
Phone: 301-314-2222 Crisis Line: 301-741-3442

The Office of Civil Rights and Sexual Misconduct (Title IX Office)
Phone: 301-405-1142

Counseling Center
Phone: 301-314-7651
After-Hours Crisis Line: 301-314-7651

About the Maryland Opera Studio

Under the direction of Craig Kier, the Maryland Opera Studio is dedicated to the future of opera. Preparing the next generation of great singers and offering performances ranging from classic repertoire to provocative new works, it is building contemporary audiences for opera and advancing the art form to sustain those audiences.

Health + Safety

Patrons attending University of Maryland arts events are no longer required to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test. We continue to encourage audiences to wear a mask and stay current with vaccinations and boosters. Please see our Health & Safety information page for information about what to expect during your visit.