Opera Western Reserve Presents
Friday, November 11, 2022
The Concert Hall, Stambaugh Auditorium
La bohème, an opera in four acts composed by Giacomo Puccini, is a triumphant blend of grim reality and soaring romanticism. The narrative, set around the late 1830s in Paris, tells the story of a poor seamstress and her artist friends.
ABOUT THE VENUE
The Concert Hall is a 2,553 seat music performance venue built in 1926. Seating is over three levels, the main floor, the balcony level, and the gallery. The Concert Hall walls are Indiana limestone with wood paneling on the balcony fronts. The stage has natural hardwood floors and a permanent concert shell. The space also features a Steinway Model D concert grand piano and a 59 rank E.M. Skinner pipe organ with a 4 manual console and 4,000 pipes ranging from a few inches to 32 feet.
Stambaugh Auditorium is a non-profit public auditorium which opened in 1926 through the generous gift of Youngstown area businessman, Henry H. Stambaugh. The facility is located on 5th Avenue across from Wick Park in Youngstown, Ohio.