G. F. Handel: Semele

G. F. Handel’s brilliant English oratorio Semele illuminates the darkly comedic story of a mortal woman’s tryst with a dangerous God. Chaos ensues in the wake of unbridled lust, jealousy and revenge.

Pacific MusicWorks and the UW School of Music present Semele in a visceral new staging by an acclaimed production team led by PMW artistic director and conductor Stephen Stubbs and Los Angeles-based director and visual artist James Darrah.  

Semele Haeran Hong

Iris Valerie Vinzant

Athamus Nathan Medley

Juno & Ino Peabody Southwell

Jupiter & Apollo Aaron Sheehan

Pacific MusicWorks Baroque Orchestra

A co-production with the University of Washington School of Music

For tickets call:  206.543.4880 or 1.800.859.5342 outside Seattle or CLICK HERE

The performance is open seating. Doors will open at 6:30pm.

May 16, 2014 – 7:30pm10:00pm

May 17, 2014 – 7:30pm10:00pm