Monday, April 23, 2012

Eduardo Chama serves up some Leporello . . . with gusto!

The role of Leporello in Mozart’s Don Giovanni is wonderfully sly and humorous, wringing all the salacious fun out of his recitation of his master's amorous conquests! But the role itself is much more complicated than that. The real skill lies in pulling out the innuendo and hidden inferences that define Giovanni and Leporello’s relationship. Who better to explore this character than Eduardo Chama, who is playing Leporello in the Atlanta Opera’s production of Don Giovanni, opening April 28. Eduardo Chama has a lot to say, and we have recorded it for you! Enjoy…










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