Concert program for performances by the San Carlo Grand Opera Company for the 1925 season. The four performances beginning January 29 and ending January 31 were Puccini's La Tosca, Giordano's Andrea Chenier, Puccini's Madam Butterfly and Verdi's Il Trovatore. The conductor for all four operas was Fulgenzio Guerrieri. The impresario was Fortune Gallo.
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Luncheon 11:30 to 2:30 : Dinner 5:30 to 7:30 : Sunday Dinner 5 to 7:30 Take elevator to eighth floor Woodlark Building, Alder and West Park Reservations by Phone, MAin 0630 1925 SEASON of GRAND OPERA Public Auditorium, Portland, Oregon FORTUNE GALLO PRESENTS THE San Carlo Grand Opera Company Pacific Coast Tour Under Direction of ELWYN CONCERT BUREAU THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, AT 8:10 LA TOSCA Opera in Three Acts by Giacomo Puccini CAST OF CHARACTERS Floria Tosca, a Celebrated Songstress Alice Gentle Baron Scarpia, Chief of Police Mario Valle Mario Cavaradossi, a Painter Gaetano Tommasini Spoletta, a Police Agent Francesco Curci Sciarrone, a Gendarme Luigi De Cesare Cesare Angelotti, a Political Prisoner Pietro de Biasi A Sacristan Natale Cervi A Jailer Luigi De Cesare A Shepherd Boy Philine Falco Conductor—Fulgenzio Guerrieri SYNOPSIS OF SCENES ACT I.—Interior of Church of Sant' Andrea della Valle. ACT II.—Scarpia's Apartments in the Farnese Palace. 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Taglieri Operatic Tenor Atmosfera Artistica High Front Tone Placing Nasal Resonance Before Selecting Your Vocal Teacher send for pamphlet "Choosing a Teacher"— ( Personal experiences) Studio: 66 North 19th St., W-Car to Davis St. Phone BRoadway 2952 Considerate laundering PALACE LAUNDRY FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 30, AT 8:10 ANDREA CHENIER Opera in Four Acts, by Umberto Giordano CAST OF CHARACTERS Andrea Chenier Manuel Salazar Charles Gerard Mario Basiola Countess de Coigny Philine Falco Madeleine, her daughter Anne Roselle Bersi, her maid Stella De Mette Roucher Pietro de Biasi Mathieu Natale Cervi Madelon Stella De Mette Pleville Pietro de Biasi The Abbe Francesco Curci Schmidt, jailer at St. Lazare Luigi De Cesare A Spy Francesco Curci Fouruier-Tinville George Gehanovsky Conductor—Fulgenzio Guerrieri SYNOPSIS OF SCENES ACT I.—Ballroom in a Chateau. ACT II.—Cafe Hottot in Paris. ACT III.—Revolutionary Tribunal. ACT IV.—Prison of Lazare at Midnight. 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Chenier and Madeleine, the latter weary of the routine of fashion, have been attracted to each other. Act II.—Several years later in the Cafe Hottot, Paris. Chenier has offended the revolutionists by denouncing Robespierre. A spy is watching Bersi, Madeleine's old nurse, and sees her hand Chenier a letter. It is from Madeleine. She loves him. She is dogged by spies, begs him to come to her aid, and arranges a meeting. Robespierre passes, followed by a mob. Gerard, now high in favor, seeks to possess Madeleine, who comes to meet the poet. They are about to flee, when Gerard, notified by the spy, interposes. Chenier and Gerard fight with swords. Gerard is wounded. The lovers escape. Act III.—The crowd sings the "Carmagnole." Chenier has been captured. Gerard writes the indictment for his rival. Madeleine pleads for her lover, finally promising to give herself to Gerard if Chenier is spared. Gerard, moved by the girl's love, agrees to save Chenier if he can. At the trial he declares that the indictment against Chenier is false. But the mob, thirsting for more blood, demands the poet's death. Act IV.—Madeleine enters to Chenier with Gerard. She has bribed the jailer to allow her to substitute for another woman prisoner. If she cannot live for her lover, she can, at least, die with him. Together she and Chenier go to the scaffold. "Un di all'azzurro spazio" (Once O'er Azure Fields)—Sung by Caruso No. 600 Victrola Department, Sherman, Clay & Co. First, Trust Your Jeweler, All other considerations should be secondary, particularly if you anticipate buying a diamond, watch or other valuable pieces of jewelry. The absolute confidence in my integrity, knowledge and experience in the diamond &? jewelry business which the people of Portland have after dealing with me 35 years is evidenced by my constantly increasing business. FRANK A. HEITKEMPER DIAMOND DEAFER AND JEWELER In Portland Since 1889 Succeeding G. Heitkemper Co. 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K LEANDER COMPANY STUDEBAKER DISTRIBUTORS BROADWAY AT EVERETT SYNOPSIS Count Di Luna had two sons. The younger was supposed to have been bewitched by a gypsy woman, who was therefor burned alive. Azucena, the latter's daughter, swore vengeance. She succeeded in kidnaping the younger son of the old Count, because of her mother's fate. With him she repaired to the stake at which her mother's ashes were still to he seen. By mistake Azucena threw her own babe into the flames instead of the stolen child. She fled to her tribe, bearing the hoy with her. He grew to superb manhood, and was known as Manrico the Troubadour. In the meantime the Count had died. His older son succeeded to the title. The new Count was in love with Duchess Leonora. Act I.—Manrico, disguised, has been crowned victor of a tourney by the Duchess Leonora. A love results, shared by both. One night the Count, while in the Royal Gardens, is surprised by the voice of the troubadour. 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