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TERESA VERDE explains how
Theodore Deacon makes opera come alive


Dr Theodore Deacon has been giving lectures at his local library for fifteen years.

I've been attending Deacon's lectures for several years now, ever since my partner and I have become regular season ticket holders for Seattle Opera. I credit Deacon for furthering my passion and appreciation for opera...

Copyright © 27 October 2010 Teresa Verde,
Seattle USA


Opera lectures are held at the Northeast Branch of the Seattle Public Library and are sponsored by Seattle Opera Guild. They are free and are scheduled the week prior to Seattle Opera's opening night. Call the library for the schedule (+1 206 684 7539) or check online at

The following dates for the next three opera preview lectures of the 2010-2011 Seattle Opera season are: 12 January for The Barber of Seville, 22 February for Don Quixote and 3 May 2011 for The Magic Flute.



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