Junior Honor's class attends simulcast performance of "Le Nozze de Figaro"

First quarter, the junior honor's class studied the political and social implications of Beaumarchais' famous play "The Marriage of Figaro." This was a play, written shortly before the French Revolution, that was censored in France for being too politically provocative. After comparing the play to Mozart's uncensored version and discussing the differences between them both, the junior honors students attended the HD Live at the Met performance of "Le Nozze di Figaro." Bravi!
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