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A world premiere by Bay Area composer John Adams, three complete cycles of Wagner’s “Der Ring Des Nibelungen” directed by Francesca Zambello and new productions of Richard Strauss’ “Elektra” and Jules Massenet’s “Manon” are among the highlights of the San Francisco Opera’s 2017-18 season, opening Sept. 8 at the War Memorial Opera House. Revivals of Puccini’s “Turandot” and Verdi’s “La Traviata” are also included in the season, announced Tuesday by general director Matthew Shilvock in the company’s Diane B american dance shoes. Wilsey Center..
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Adams, whose previous operas “Nixon in China,” “The Death of Klinghoffer,” and Doctor Atomic” have been produced by San Francisco Opera, joined Sellars, Zambello and Shilvock at Tuesday’s press conference. He called the casting for the production – which includes soprano Julia Bullock, bass-baritone Davone Tines and mezzo-soprano J’Nai Bridges – “a slam dunk.” american dance shoes. In a pre-announcement interview, Shilvock said the opera depicts the Bay Area in a remarkable time of upheaval..