Are your days feeling monotonous and dry? Lacking excitement and passion? Why not take a little trip toSpain? No worries – it’s not nearly as expensive as you think. Especially if you travel to Seville. And it’s not nearly as far away as you think, either. You can visit nineteenth century Seville, Spain right at the Presbyterian Church in Westfield.
On Saturday, September 29th, at 7:00 PM, the Westfield Symphony Orchestra will open its thirtieth season with a performance of “Carmen.” The passionate musical score, coupled with the excitement of main characters including a gypsy, a corporal, and a bullfighter, make this one of the most thrilling, beloved, and popular operas of all times. Mezzo soprano Maria Todaro will play the title role, and she is joined by an all-star cast, the choirs of Westfield’s Edison and Roosevelt schools, and Maestro David Wroe. It promises to be a night NOT to be missed!
For more information or tickets, call 908-232-9400, or visit www.westfieldsymphony.org . Passion, tragedy, love, heartache . . . . .a studly bullfighter, for heaven’s sake . . . . it just doesn’t get any more exciting than this!