‘Don Giovanni’ encores on Sunday
42 Giltress St, Rollington Town, Kgn 2. Every Fri and Sat, reduced prices on all drinks, lots of giveaways and free tokens to play slots.
Alpha Academy Sports Department presents Fish Fry and AfterWork Lyme at the school grounds. Serving starts at noon. Cost: $1,200. Refreshments on sale.
Simonese, in association with HW Wishart Family, presents, Sea View Invasion at Seaview, across from the primary school. Music by Black Champion International, Ratty Bones, and Slimmatic. Special guest artiste: Dalia Lloyd.
THIS SUNDAY at 11:30 a.m. in the Palace Cineplex, the audience in Jamaica will have another chance to enjoy the magnificence of Don Giovanni, under the capable guidance of Met principal conductor Fabio Luisi. It features the powerful voices of a cast including acclaimed English baritone Simon Keenlyside as Don Giovanni, Russian soprano Hibla Gerzmava as Donna Anna, Swedish soprano Malin Bystrom as Donna Elvira, Italian mezzo-soprano Serena Malfi as Zerlina, American tenor Paul Appleby as Don Ottavio, bass-baritone Adam Plachetka, (Prague, Czech Republic) as Leporello, Matthew Rose (bass, Brighton, England) as Masetto and South Korean bass Kwangchul Youn as the Commendatore.
The Met: Live in HD’s transmission of Mozart’s Don Giovanni had an estimated attendance of 71,975 in North America, earning a gross of US$1.7 million. It was seen live on more than 900 screens. An estimated additional 103,225 people saw it live on 800 screens in 37 countries in Europe, 11 countries in Latin America, Russia, Egypt, Israel, Jamaica (at the Carib 5 last Saturday) and Morocco.
Delayed showings throughout Asia, Australia, Madagascar, New Zealand and South Africa and encore performances in North America and
Simon Keenlyside, the star of Mozart’s ‘Don Giovanni’, seen here in a naughty romp with a few of his many women friends.