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  • Writer's pictureDarryl Edwards

Führerbunker Makes Piece With Shocking Delusion

Bradley Christensen, Matthew Cairns, Johnathan MacArthur and David Roth.

The COSIConnection’s latest world stage premiere,  Andrew Ager’s Führerbunker, has boldly stood up to the downfall of a tyrant. “Performances are strong across the board led by an extraordinary portrayal of Hitler by tenor Jonathan MacArthur. ” (Opera Ramblings) On Stage Door, Christopher Hoile posted, “I’m glad that the COSI  Connection production (Centre for Opera Studies in Italy) had the courage to stage this world premiere.”

Kelsey Taylor, Sydney Baedke, and Stephanie Kallay.

Spreading its roots in Canada, the COSI Connection empowers its COSI alumni and others with  “Extraordinary Opera Training!” With a series of opera premieres, operas in concert, and Opera @ Home performances, its singers are building their careers and their confidence. After COSI’s productions of Mozart’s Così fan tutte and Cavalli’s La Calisto in Sulmona, Italy this summer, the COSI Connection will present a series that includesThe Yeomen of the Guardin concert, and the world premiere of Lloyd Burritt’s Miracle of Flight 571. What’s up next? Join us for An Operatic Luncheon on May 24th at Grano Restaurant, with singers Lucia Cesaroni, Danika Lorèn, Emily D’Angelo, Adrian Kramer, Justin Stolz, and Vartan Gabrielian, and COSI faculty pianist Kathryn Tremills. Get your tickets at

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