The University of Tennessee Opera Theatre is putting on a production of Mozart's famous opera Don Giovanni. Evening performances are held on Friday, April 15th and Saturday, April 16th, both at 8:00 pm. Matinee performances take place on Saturday, April 16th and Sunday April 17th, both at 2:30 pm. The opera will be sung in Italian with projected English translations. Based on the legend of Don Juan, Mozart's masterpiece Don Giovanni is the tenth most-performed opera in the world. Mozart wrote of his work, "Whenever I sit at the piano with my new opera, I have to stop, for it stirs my emotions too deeply." Listeners tend to agree--the blend of drama, comedy, and beautiful music leaves them wanting more. Afternoon Concert host Whitney Dodds sat down with bass James Eder and baritone Makoto Winkler to discuss UTOT's production of this opera, life as a graduate student in music, and what it's like sharing the stage with your own voice teacher.