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“The Marriage of Figaro” highlights to be performed by Music Program students on November 26

Professor Reiko Kobayashi’s seminar group in J. F. Oberlin University’s College of Performing and Visual Arts Music Program will present the highlights of “The Marriage of Figaro” on Wednesday, November 26, in Room 1101 of Sullenberger Hall on Machida Campus.

“The Marriage of Figaro (Le Nozze di Figaro),” one of the most popular operas by Mozart, is a comic opera expressing humans’ distress, sorrow, and joy through light music.

The students have been practicing diligently for this performance, and they look forward to seeing many people in the audience.

Date and timWednesday, November 26; doors open at 18:00 and the performance starts at 18:30.
VenueRoom 1101 of Sullenberger Hall on Machida Campus
ReservationsNot necessary
LanguageOriginal language with Japanese subtitles

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