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opera association


Saskatoon

, vibrant part of Saskatoon's culture. Saskatoon is host to a number of live theatre venues such as the Persephone Theatre, which is located in the Remai Arts Centre at River Landing in downtown Saskatoon, The Refinery and the Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company. Saskatoon is also home to performance groups such as: Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan, Saskatoon Opera Association, Live Five, Skit Skit, Troup du Jour, Wide Open Children's Theatre, and Saskatoon Summer Players. Local improv groups


Kansas City, Missouri

;Kansas City (Kansas City, Missouri), Missouri coordinates The '''Midland Theatre''' is a 3,573-seat theater located in the Power & Light District of Kansas City, Missouri, USA. In the summer of 1951 she played Dorothy Gale in The Municipal Opera Association of St. Louis production of ''The Wizard of Oz (The Wizard of Oz (adaptations))'', opposite Margaret Hamilton, who reprised her

film role of the Wicked Witch of the West. In 1992, Jo Loesser's daughter, Emily, played the same role at The Municipal Opera Association of St. Louis, the first time in Muny history a role has been played by both mother and daughter. Sullivan later reprised her role in the 1953 production at the Kansas City (Kansas City, Missouri) Starlight Theatre (Starlight Theatre (Kansas City)). *''Wizard of Oz (The Wizard of Oz (adaptations))'' (Summer of 1951 at The Municipal Opera

Association of St. Louis ) *''Wizard of Oz (The Wizard of Oz (adaptations))'' (Summer of 1953 at the Kansas City (Kansas City, Missouri) Starlight Theatre (Starlight Theatre (Kansas City))) *''The Threepenny Opera'' (March 10, 1954 – May 30, 1954) - November 29, 1988 Kansas City (Kansas City, Missouri) Municipal Auditorium (Municipal Auditorium (Kansas City)) - '''Interstate 635''' (abbreviated '''I-635''') is a connector (Connector (road)) highway between Interstate 35


Turin

in London on 12 July 1907. The first American performance was presented by the Chicago Opera Association at the Auditorium Building in Chicago on 17 January 1919 with Anna Fitziu in the title role. right thumb 240px Current Women's World Chess Championship Women World Chess Champion (Image:HouyifanCorus2007.jpg) Hou Yifan. China had a good result in 2006 37th Chess Olympiad in Turin when the men's team came second behind Armenia (:Category:Armenian chess players) and the women's team third for the best result overall. The Chinese progress has been underpinned by large government support and testing competition in numerous tough events. Commensurate with its status, China currently has seven top hundred players, second only to Russia (:Category:Russian chess players). However, even today countries like Russia (:Category:Russian chess players) and Israel (List of Israeli chess players) still have an edge in experience over their Chinese counterparts. thumb 300px Neve and Gliz at Sponsor Village in piazza Solferino of Turin (Image:Neve and Gliz.jpg) '''Neve and Gliz''' are the official mascots (Olympic mascot) of the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy, created by Pedro Albuquerque. International career Shéu was capped 24 times for the Portuguese national team (Portugal national football team), scoring a goal. His debut came in a 1–3 defeat to Italy (Italy national football team) in Turin, on 7 April 1976, in a friendly match, and his last match was in Bern, a 1–1 draw with Switzerland (Switzerland national football team), on 29 October 1986, in the UEFA Euro 1988 qualifying stage (UEFA Euro 1988 qualifying). Tyutin skated in 77 games with the Rangers in the 2005–06 season, registering six goals and 19 assists for 25 points, along with 58 penalty minutes. Among team defensemen, he ranked first in power play goals (four), tied for first in goals (six) and was second in scoring with 25 points. In addition, Tyutin picked up one assist along with four penalty minutes in eight games for Team Russia (Russian national ice hockey team) at the 2006 Olympic Games (Ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics) in Turin, Italy. - 8 September 1988 Turin Italy Stadio Comunale (Stadio Olimpico (Turin)) - thumb left Michel-Gabriel Paccard - Monument erected at :w:Chamonix Chamonix (File:00 Chamonix-Mont-Blanc - M G Paccard.jpg). 250px Born in Chamonix, he studied medicine in Turin. Due to his passion for botany and minerals, he met Horace-Bénédict de Saussure, who initiated the race to be the first to ascend Mont Blanc. It is located at the entrance of the Val di Susa, at 18 km from Turin, at the feet of the Monte Musinè. It is home to a castle (Castle of the Cays Counts), currently hold by the Salesians. In the nearby were found rock carvings of uncertain origins, and the remains of a Roman villa, on the Musinè. The '''Marquises and Dukes of Montferrat''' "Marquess" (now normally "Marquis" for titles outside the British Isles) may also be rendered by the Germanic equivalent, ''Markgraf'' Margrave, the Latin (Latin language) ''Marchio'' and the Italian ''Marchese''. Montferrat is also called Monferrato. were the rulers of a territory in Piedmont south of the Po (Po River) and east of Turin called Montferrat. The March of Montferrat was created by Berengar II of Italy in 950 during a redistribution of power in the northwest of his kingdom. It was originally named after and held by the Aleramici. In 1574, Montferrat was raised to a Duchy by Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor (see Duchy of Montferrat). caption '''UEFA Category 4 Stadium''' (UEFA stadium categories) 12px (Image:Nuvola apps mozilla.png)12px (Image:Nuvola apps mozilla.png)12px (Image:Nuvola apps mozilla.png)12px (Image:Nuvola apps mozilla.png)12px (Image:Nuvola apps mozilla.png) location Str. Com. di Altessano 131 10151 Turin Piedmont Italy coordinates WikiPedia:Turin Dmoz:Regional Europe Italy Regions Piedmont Localities Turin Commons:Category:Turin


Hamburg

cousin, Johanna Baer, during July 1868. Their son Marcel Bing eventually became a business associate of his father's, as well as a jewelry designer of Art Nouveau style. Interested citizens learned of the Wolffs' operatic expertise from their great success in Europe (mainly in Hamburg, Vienna) and asked them to organize a Chattanooga Opera Association which they did in 1943. Madame Emmy Land Wolff died in 1955 and Dr. Wolff retired from opera five years later and returned to Ruschlikon, Switzerland, where he died in 1961. Many feel that this couple created a sensation with their opera productions in Chattanooga. The opera company they founded (now part of the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera) is still active. Germany In northern Germany (especially Hamburg) and Scandinavia, the mark was a unit of account, and also a coin, worth 16 schillings or skillings. '''Neuwerk''' (3 km², 39 inhabitants) is a Wadden Sea island on the German (Germany) North Sea coast. Administratively, it forms a homonymous quarter (''Stadtteil'') of the city of Hamburg, Germany, which is part of the borough Hamburg-Mitte. This quarter includes the nearby uninhabited islands Scharhörn and Nigehörn. It is located northwest of Cuxhaven, between the Weser and Elbe estuaries. The distance to Hamburg's center is about 120 km. Commons:Category:Hamburg Wikipedia:Hamburg Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Hamburg


Stockholm

of Music and Drama in London, she was engaged by the Basel Opera, where she made her operatic début in 1983 as Alcina in Haydn (Joseph Haydn)'s ''Orlando paladino''. She made her Royal Opera House, Covent Garden début in 1985 and her La Scala debut in 1987. Her Metropolitan Opera début was in 1988 as Cherubino. The Metropolitan Opera Association Database alias origin


Vienna

in Vienna who was crippled in 1874 by a stage accident, and died two years later. Interested citizens learned of the Wolffs' operatic expertise from their great success in Europe (mainly in Hamburg, Vienna) and asked them to organize a Chattanooga Opera Association which they did in 1943. Madame Emmy Land Wolff died in 1955 and Dr. Wolff retired from opera five years later and returned to Ruschlikon, Switzerland, where he died in 1961. Many feel that this couple created a sensation with their opera productions in Chattanooga. The opera company they founded (now part of the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera) is still active. For a while worked as a high school teacher in Bocholt, Germany, teaching physics and catechism. His real passion, however, was the mission. In 1867 he became the director of the ''Apostolaat des Gebeds'' for Germany and Austria and founded a scientific institute in Mödling, near Vienna. He also founded a journal, ''Bode van het Heilig Hart van Jezus'', which looked to enlist the faithful in prayer and support for the mission. Wikipedia:Vienna Commons:Category:Vienna


United States

the United States, conducting the American premiere of ''La nave'' at the Chicago Opera Association on November 18. He lived in Southern California from 1939 and commemorated Italy's surrender with ''Italia mia'' (1944), but later made frequent trips to Italy and returned permanently in 1949. So far four EPs, a single and two albums have been released on Spinach Records. A compilation CD featuring tracks from the first 3 EPs was released by Pop Gun in Australia. The band has toured


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