Castleton Festival Theatre

7/4

All American Band Concert

Composer and former U.S. Marine Band Conductor Colonel John R. Bourgeois leads a 4th of July concert featuring American classics by Francis Scott Key, Leonard Bernstein, Scott Joplin and others.
7/5

Castleton Chamber Players

Members of the Castleton Festival Orchestra perform.
7/11

Law in Opera with Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg discusses the depiction of law in the arts and her love of opera, followed by performances of select operatic scenes by members of the Castleton Artists Training Seminar,
7/12

Beethoven: Symphony No. 9

Led by Rafael Payare, soprano Alessandra Marc, mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves, tenor Stanford Olsen and baritone Eduardo Chama perform a tribute performance to the Castleton Festival's late founder, Lorin Maazel.
7/16

C.A.T.S. Spectacular - Opera Scenes I

Singers from the Castleton Artists Training Seminar perform scenes from popular operas.
7/18

Castleton Chamber Players

Members of the Castleton Festival Orchestra perform.
7/9 - 7/18

Our Town

A production of Thornton Wilder's 1938 work featuring residents from the CATS opera training program and directed by Dietlinde Turban Maazel.
7/3 - 7/18

Romeo et Juliette

The Castleton Festival presents a performance of Charles Gounoud's five-act opera led by Rafael Payare and directed by Dorothy Danner.
7/19

C.A.T.S. Spectacular - Opera Scenes II

Singers from the Castleton Artists Training Seminar perform scenes from popular operas.
7/19

Castleton Festival Orchestra

Led by Fabio Luisi, the ensemble presents a symphonic concert.
7/17 - 7/19

'L'heure espagnole (The Spanish Hour)' and 'Scalia/Ginsburg'

Film and Broadway star Maria Tucci directs double-bill of one-act comedic operas featuring Ravel's "L'heure espagnole (The Spanish Hour)" and Derrick Wang's "Scalia/Ginsburg."
7/11 - 7/19

'L'heure espagnole (The Spanish Hour)' and 'Scalia/Ginsburg'

Film and Broadway star Maria Tucci directs double-bill of one-act comedic operas featuring Ravel's "L'heure espagnole (The Spanish Hour)" and Derrick Wang's "Scalia/Ginsburg."
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Editorial Review

Young composer’s work is given its debut at Castleton Festival

Charles Peck’s “Metropolitan” was premiered before a stormy version of Mahler’s Fifth.

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Don Juan Opera

Outstanding cast, orchestra, conductor, director!