20. February 2010 · Comments Off on Final Performance · Categories: Opera

I was walking through the Music building because I love listening to people practice, and I stumbled upon a poster for Opera San Jose: “The Marriage of Figaro” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. My first thought was of the Woody Woodpecker sketch where Woody gives a guy a haircut, but he uses a cleaver, and the Barber of Seville by Gioachino Rossini played in the background. Classical music reminds me of cartoons I watched when I was a kid because the music has repeatedly been used for background music. Tickets are still available for this opera for $51 to $91. It runs until Sunday, but it definitely won’t have anything to do with Woody Woodpecker giving a haircut.

I read it here.

Tomorrow is your last chance to hear Figaro at the California Theatre.

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