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Yannis Filias Concert Featuring Stella Markou in St. Louis

September 28, 2017

ST. LOUIS, Missouri – A consummate artist plucked from the Greek National Opera, he comes stateside to perform an operatic tour de force. Join Yannis Filias alongside Greek-American soprano Stella Markou, pianist Alla Voskoboynikova, and UMSL Opera Theatre for an unforgettable evening celebrating star-crossed lovers throughout the centuries.

“The UMSL Department of Music is proud to present visiting scholar and lyric tenor Yannis Filias. Filias has enchanted audiences and illuminated stages with a raw charisma and a striking vocal prowess,” UMSL’s press release says.

Love and her many patrons will be honored through eclectic selections of arias, duets, and ensembles that feature the works of Puccini, Offenbach, Verdi, Bernstein, Monteverdi and many others!

This residency and performance has been made possible through the support of the College of Arts and Sciences Visiting Scholars Program.  Due to this generous support, the public is being invited to participate in this concert with this world-class artist at no cost.

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