Hardback
November 6, 2017
9780692794937
English
12.00 Inches (US)
9.00 Inches (US)
2.3 Pounds (US)
$30.00 USD
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Michigan Opera Theatre

The Dichiera Legacy

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"In this premier work on Detroit's Michigan Opera Theatre, author Timothy Paul Lentz reveals one man's quest to build an opera for Detroit's citizens. Michigan Opera Theatre: The DiChiera Legacy includes an in-depth look at the opera's history - including both its earliest beginnings and more recent endeavors as a cultural organization. In particluar, Lentz details the entwining history of David DiChiera's personal endeavors with the opera, and its subsequent success as a result of his efforts. For readers interested in operatic history, Lentz's work is sure to solidify Detroit's place in American's opera legacy."—Michigan History Magazine

"This beautifully illustrated book is divided into three main parts and takes the reader through the story of David DiChiera and the history of the Michigan Opera Theatre, the refurbishment and reconstruction of the Detroit Opera House, and a listing of operas performed with an impressive gallery of photos. For anyone interested in opera, theatre, or Detroit cultural history, this will be a welcome library addition."—Michigan Historical Review

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