The rendition was performed by 13 current and former students of the Maryland Opera Studio.
The play centers around three Cuban friends, Julio, Pepe and Ines, in 1993 amid an economic crisis in Cuba known as the Special Period.
Brass players, classical music buffs and humor lovers united to watch Øystein Baadsvik bring his setlist to life through quips and antics throughout the show.
The concert highlighted two distinct and culturally significant types of music.
The class used uncommon instrument combinations and multimedia performances to encourage both performers and audience members to connect more deeply to the music.
The Human Library is a movement aimed at creating a safe space for difficult conversations regarding prejudices and misconceptions.
UNA Productions was at the University of Maryland as a part of The Clarice’s Visiting Artist series.
The concert included faculty, student and guest choreographed works that celebrated “the vitality of live performance,” according to the event listing.
Maryland Opera Studio students will perform the opera this weekend.
The performing arts center will offer both physical and virtual performances with "pay what you wish" tickets.