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Opera Preview – Romeo & Juliet

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You’re invited to experience an exclusive Opera Preview for Romeo & Juliet!

Austin Opera is committed to fostering a deeper connection with our community through programs that entertain as they educate. Please join us for a fun, informative discussion of Gounod’s Romeo & Juliet featuring Ann Ciccolella, Artistic Director of Austin Shakespeare and Richard Buckley, Artistic Director & Principal Conductor of Austin Opera.

This lively discussion about Gounod’s Romeo & Juliet will explore the adaptation of one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays to the opera stage. Dramatic and musical performances from both companies will spark your imagination and deepen your enjoyment of this classic tale.

Bring a friend and enjoy a night of food, fun and enlightening presentations!

Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Cocktail Reception at 6:30 pm
Lecture begins at 7:00 pm

Chez Zee American Bistro
5406 Balcones Dr.
Austin, Texas 78731
Click HERE for a map

Opera Previews are $20 a person

For tickets, please contact Dianne Van Hulle, Patron Services Manager, at 512.610.7684 or at dvanhulle@AustinOpera.org

Save the Dates:

After this event, there is only one more Opera Preview date for the 2014-15 season. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity!

Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Opera Preview – Wednesday, April 8, 2015

For information about additional Austin Opera educational and community outreach programs visit our Education & Community Program Page or Contact Erin Horan, Education & Administrative Coordinator, at 512.610.7689 or at ehoran@AustinOpera.org
Still need tickets for Romeo & Juliet, January 24, 29, & February 1? It’s not too late to get great seats. Tickets start at just $24, with student tickets at $15.

2016 Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction

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A NIGHT OF GLAMOUR featuring amazing live and silent auctions emceed by Harvey Kronberg, a four-course gourmet dinner by Executive Chef Elmar Prambs with wine pairings by Twin Liquors, a special performance by critically acclaimed baritone Michael Chioldi, and, back by popular demand, dancing to the music of Reunion!

SERENATA IN THE GARDEN OF SEVILLE
Four Seasons Hotel Austin
Saturday, February 20, 2016 at 6:00 pm

Proceeds from this event will benefit Austin Opera to ensure that world-class opera is part of the “live music capital of the world.”

For invitation recognition, please RSVP by December 15, 2015. 

For additional information or early reservations, call 512.610.7668 or email abonnici@austinopera.org.

Download our 2016 Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction Reservation Form

Download our 2016 Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction Table and Ticket Benefits Form

TABLE SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

UNDERWRITER’S TABLE – $25,000

• One Underwriters’s Table with seating for 10 guests
• Two reservations to a special evening of music & song, featuring soprano Angela Meade, tenor Stephen Costello, and piano virtuoso Anton Nel at the spectacular MUSIC BOX, home of Evonne & Tom Smith, on Saturday, April 2, 2016
• One complimentary room at the Four Seasons Hotel Austin for the night of the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction
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Prominent recognition in the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction invitation and program
• Recognition in Austin Opera performance programs and the Austin Opera website
• A full page listing or advertisement in the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction program
• Specially selected wines at the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction for you and your guests
• Invitation for 10 guests to attend an exclusive VIP reception with Michael Chioldi, prior to the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction
• Complimentary valet parking for you and your guests
• Recognition on Live Auction screens during the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction
• Verbal acknowledgment and prominent recognition in signage at the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction

PREMIER TABLE SPONSOR – $10,000
• One Premier Table with seating for 10 guests
• 
Prominent recognition in the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction invitation and program
• Recognition in Austin Opera performance programs and the Austin Opera website
• A half page listing or advertisement in the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction program
• Specially selected wines at the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction for you and your guests
• Invitation for 10 guests to attend an exclusive VIP reception with Michael Chioldi, prior to the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction
• Complimentary valet parking for you and your guests
• Recognition on Live Auction screens during the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction
• Verbal acknowledgment and prominent recognition in signage at the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction

PREMIUM TABLE SPONSOR – $7,500
• One Premium Table with seating for 10 guests
• Recognition in the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction invitation and program
• Invitation for 10 guests to attend an exclusive VIP reception with Michael Chioldi, prior to the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction
• Complimentary valet parking for you and your guests
• Recognition on Live Auction screens during the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction
• Verbal acknowledgment and recognition in signage at the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction

PRIME TABLE SPONSOR – $5,000
• One Prime Table with seating for 10 guests
• Recognition in the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction invitation and program
• Complimentary valet parking for you and your guests
• Recognition on Live Auction screens during the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction
• Recognition in signage at the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction

INDIVIDUAL TABLE SPONSOR – $3,000
• One Individual Table with seating for 10 guests

For invitation recognition, please RSVP by December 15, 2015. 

For additional information or early reservations, call 512.610.7668 or email abonnici@austinopera.org.

Download our 2016 Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction Table and Ticket Benefits Form

INDIVIDUAL TICKET OPPORTUNITIES

PREMIER RESERVATIONS – $1,000 per person

• Premier Seating
• Invitation to an exclusive VIP reception with Michael Chioldi, prior to the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction
• 
Recognition on the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction invitation
• Recognition on the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction program
• Complimentary valet parking

PREMIUM RESERVATIONS – $750 per person
• Premium Seating
• Invitation to an exclusive VIP reception with Michael Chioldi, prior to the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction
• Recognition on the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction program
• Complimentary valet parking

PRIME RESERVATIONS – $500 per person
• Prime Seating
• Recognition on the Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction program
• Complimentary valet parking

INDIVIDUAL RESERVATIONS – $300 per person
• Reserved Seating

For invitation recognition, please RSVP by December 15, 2015. 

For additional information or early reservations, call 512.610.7668 or email abonnici@austinopera.org.

Download our 2016 Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction Table and Ticket Benefits Form

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Thank you to the following for their support of the 2016 Serenata Wine Dinner & Auction

UNDERWRITING SPONSOR Christopher H. Cheever
PREMIER TABLE SPONSORS Wendi & Brian Kushner, Marcy & John Melanson, Eva & Marvin Womack, Cornelia & John Wood | PREMIUM TABLE SPONSORS Lynn & Brian Powell | PRIME TABLE SPONSORS Gail Commagere, The Long Center for the Performing Arts, Elisabeth & Steffen Waltz – Terry & Jim Whorton

 

Opera Preview – A Masked Ball

What’s more exciting than political intrigue and thwarted romance?  Giuseppe Verdi’s A Masked Ball tells just such a tale, in this beautiful Austin Opera production. One of the world’s most frequently performed operas, A Masked Ball is cherished for its dynamic love triangle, struggles to remain in power and inevitable tragic demise.

Join us at Opera Preview for an sneak peek into A Masked Ball and learn more about Giuseppe Verdi, who composed this masterfully rich yet cunning drama. Furthermore, Austin Opera continues to expand its partnership with the University of Texas this year, as world renowned projection artist, Wendall Harrington, collaborates with UT Theatre and Dance students to create an unparalleled set based on light, illusion and projected imagery. Artistic Director and Principal Conductor, Maestro Richard Buckley will lead our discussion.

Bring a friend and enjoy a night of food, fun and enlightening presentations!

Please note: 6:30 p.m. Appetizers and Cash Bar, 7:00 p.m. Presentation

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Still need tickets for A Masked Ball, November 8-16? It’s not too late to get great seats. Tickets start at just $24, with student tickets at $15.

Summer Arias: AUG 3 at Umlauf Family Days

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Our Summer Arias continue! Join us for a series of solo and duet performances at Austin festivals, family days and more.

ALO Summer Arias
Umlauf Family Day
Sunday, August 3
2:00 – 2:30 pm

FREE!

More information about Umlauf Family Day here

Come hear soprano Natalie Cummings and Baritone Brett Barnes sing selections from A Masked Ball, Don Giovanni and more, accompanied by Nyle Matsuoka.

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Natalie Cummings

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Brett J. Barnes

Cummings has been a Houston District winner in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions for two consecutive years. She’s been heralded for her  “lush, full-bodied and beautiful tone,” and has sung on stages across the country.

Barnes is an Austin favorite, performing with Texas Early Music Project, Conspirare and frequently on the Long Center stage with Austin Lyric Opera. In fact, Barnes will perform in ALO’s January production of  Romeo & Juliet.

Come for the opera, stay for the gorgeous setting of Umlauf, and bring the whole family!

Summer Arias: JULY 13 at Umlauf Family Day

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Join us for the first of our Summer Arias, a series of solo and duet performances at Austin festivals, family days and more.

ALO Summer Arias
Umlauf Family Day
Sunday, July 13
2:00 – 2:30 pm

FREE!

More information about Umlauf Family Day here

Come here soprano Sara Ann Mitchell and baritone  Gregory Jebaily sing selections from A Masked Ball, Don Giovanni and more, accompanied by Nyle Matsuoka.

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Sara Ann Mitchell

Gregory Jebaily

Gregory Jebaily

Mitchell and Jebaily are among the top opera performers based here in Austin, and both have sung on the Long Center stage as principals and in the chorus. Most recently, you heard and enjoyed Mitchell as Gianetta, the lovely friend of Adina in The Elixir of Love this past May.

Come for the opera, stay for the gorgeous setting of Umlauf, and bring the whole family!

Tosca – La Noche de Opera

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Please join ALO’s community group, La Noche de Opera, for a reception  for Austin Lyric Opera’s Tosca.

Friday, January 24, 2014
Cambridge Tower-Colorado Room
1801 Lavaca Street
Austin, TX 78701
7-9 pm

Hosted By Laura Gutiérrez-Witt

La Noche members free/Guests $20. RSVP to Erin Hanson at ehanson@austinlyricopera.org

Special Musical Guest: Natalie Cummings accompanied by Cynthia Wilson

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Cummings has recently advanced in the Metropolitan Opera’s National Council Auditions. Hundreds enter and only a handful will win! For the semi-finals,  she’ll sing on the Metropolitan Opera stage in March. See her in this intimate performance before she becomes a big star!

Wine generously provided by Twin Liquors

NOV. 21: Meet the Cast After-Party

Meet the cast of Don Carlo!

All ticket holders for the Thursday, Nov. 21, performance are invited to come meet the cast in the Long Center’s Kodosky Lounge. Have an after-opera drink and get autographs, take photos and “Bravo!” the cast from that evening’s performance.

Still haven’t purchased your tickets for Don Carlo or our other two operas this season? Click hereto get a great price.

Please use the form below to RSVP. Space is limited.

 

LIVE: Inside the 2013-14 Season

Join us for a preview of the 2013-14 Season!

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This year, we have invited Will Berger, renowned author, commentator and host of the Metropolitan Opera Radio broadcasts, to come to Austin to give us an Insider’s Look at the coming season of Austin Lyric Opera. Berger provided an Insider’s Look for our Season Brochure.

Now you can hear Berger LIVE along with panelists Richard Buckley, ALO Artistic Director and Principal Conductor, and Mary Phillips, acclaimed mezzo-soprano and a cast member from our season opener, Don Carlo. This fascinating panel will be moderated by Robert Faires, arts critic for the Austin Chronicle.

Panelists will discuss each of our three operas, the composers and the reason for the selection of these operas this season. You’ll learn what to expect from each performance, what to look for as an opera patron and what makes these operas timeless in their music and story. You’ll also gain an understanding of the historical significance of each opera and learn what it takes to produce and perform these operas.

This event is free and open to the public, but an RSVP is required.

LIVE: Inside the 2013-14 Season
Sunday, Nov. 3
The Contemporary
700 Congress Ave
Austin, TX 78701

2 pm: Panel Discussion in Community Room
3 pm: Wine Reception on Roof Deck

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Special thanks to The Contemporary Austin and Twin Liquors

 

 

TOSCA

Watch our Tosca Flash Mob in Central Market!

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To start the new year, Austin Lyric Opera presents one of opera’s most beloved stories, Puccini’s Tosca. In fact, the opera had its world premiere in January 1900 in Rome, and was an immediate success with audiences. This production of Tosca also commemorates 10 years since Artistic Director and Principal Conductor Richard Buckley first led Tosca in the 2004. You’ll want to be in the audience for this very special event.

WATCH THE PREVIEW

LISTEN TO A SYNOPSIS

CLICK ABOVE TO LISTEN TO A SYNOPSIS OF TOSCA, with musical highlights and historical background, by Margaret Perry. Recorded for the 2004 performance.

Set in Rome in June 1800, with Rome threatened by Napoleon’s invasion of Italy,  Tosca narrows in on three characters, emotionally and politically bound in desire and betrayal.

When her lover, Cavaradossi, is captured by Rome’s secret police, Floria Tosca is forced to make a deal with police chief Scarpia. But Tosca decides that she will leave nothing to chance when it comes to saving her lover. The opera ends with each of the three leads dying tragic deaths, but what happens before the final curtain will keep you on the edge of your seat.

*Offer good for new ticket purchases only. Discount cannot be applied for tickets purchased before Jan. 21. This discount applies for Thursday, Jan. 30, performance only. For more information, call Patron Services at 512-610-7684.

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

ALO Conductor Richard Buckley will present Tosca at the Long Center for the first time. (The 2004 production of Tosca took place at Bass Concert Hall.) This production is owned by Lyric Opera of Kansas City with costumes from Utah Opera.

An Austin production, cast, chorus and ALO’s own orchestra will be led by stage director Michael Cavanagh and Maestro Buckley, who will bring the music to life.

Maestro Buckley is a world-renowned interpreter of  Puccini”s work, and this will be his second time conducting this opera in Austin. We know you’ll enjoy this intense and masterful work!

Composer: Giacomo Puccini
Original French libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa
Sung in Italian with English translation projected above stage

Synopsis courtesy of The Metropolitan Opera

Act I
Rome, June 1800. Cesare Angelotti, an escaped political prisoner, rushes into the church of Sant’Andrea della Valle to hide in one of the chapels. Once he has disappeared, a sacristan enters and then the painter Mario Cavaradossi, who sets to work on his portrait of Mary Magdalene. The painting has been inspired by the Marchesa Attavanti, whom Cavaradossi has seen in the church but does not know. While he works, he compares the dark-haired beauty of his lover, the singer Floria Tosca, to that of the blonde Marchesa Attavanti (“Recondita armonia”).

Angelotti, a member of the former Bonapartiste government, ventures out and is recognized by Cavaradossi. The painter gives him food and hurries him back into the chapel as Tosca is heard calling from outside. Suspicious, she jealously questions Cavaradossi, then reminds him of their rendezvous that evening at his villa. Suddenly recognizing the Marchesa Attavanti in the painting, she accuses him of being unfaithful, but he assures her of his love.

When Tosca has left, Angelotti emerges from the chapel. A cannon signals that the police have discovered the escape, and he and Cavaradossi flee to the painter’s villa. The sacristan enters with choirboys who are preparing to sing in a Te Deum that day celebrating a victory against Napoleon. Their excitement is silenced by the arrival of Baron Scarpia, chief of the secret police, who is searching for Angelotti. When Tosca comes back looking for Cavaradossi, Scarpia shows her a fan with the Attavanti crest that he has just found. Seemingly finding her suspicions confirmed, Tosca bursts into tears. She vows vengeance and leaves as the church fills with worshipers. Scarpia sends his men to follow her to Cavaradossi’s villa, where he thinks Angelotti is hiding (“Tre sbirri… Una carozza…”).

While the congregation sings the Te Deum, Scarpia declares that he will bend Tosca to his will.

Act II
In his study at the Palazzo Farnese, Scarpia sadistically anticipates the pleasure of having Tosca in his power (“Ha più forte sapore”). The spy Spoletta arrives, explaining that he was unable to find Angelotti. Instead he brings in Cavaradossi.

While Scarpia interrogates the painter, Tosca is heard singing at a royal gala in the same building. Scarpia sends for her and she enters just as Cavaradossi is being taken away to be tortured. Frightened by Scarpia’s questions and Cavaradossi’s screams, Tosca reveals Angelotti’s hiding place. Cavaradossi is carried in, hurt and dazed.

Realizing what has happened, he angrily confronts Tosca, when the officer Sciarrone rushes in to announce that, in a surprise, Napoleon has won the Battle of Marengo, a defeat for Scarpia’s side. Cavaradossi shouts out his defiance of tyranny and is dragged off to be executed.

Scarpia, calmly resuming his supper, suggests to Tosca that he would let Cavaradossi go free if she’d give herself to him. Fighting off his advances, she calls on God, declaring that she has dedicated her life to art and love (“Vissi d’arte”). Scarpia insists, when Spoletta interrupts: faced with capture, Angelotti has killed himself. Tosca, now forced to give in or lose her lover, agrees to Scarpia’s proposition. The baron seemingly orders a mock execution for Cavaradossi, after which he is to be freed. Spoletta leaves. As soon as Scarpia has written a safe-conduct for the lovers, Tosca kills him with a knife she had found earlier on the table. Wrenching the document from his hand, she quietly leaves the room.

Act III
At dawn, Cavaradossi awaits execution at the Castel Sant’Angelo. He bribes the jailer to deliver a farewell letter to Tosca. Overcome with memories of love, he gives in to his despair (“E lucevan le stelle”).

Tosca enters. She explains to him what has happened and the two imagine their future in freedom. As the firing squad appears, Tosca instructs Cavaradossi how to fake his death convincingly, then hides.

The soldiers fire and depart. Tosca urges Cavaradossi to hurry, but when he doesn’t move, she realizes that Scarpia has betrayed her and that the bullets were real. Spoletta rushes in to arrest Tosca for murder. She cries out to Scarpia and leaps from the battlement.

New! Choose Your Opera Experience

For each performance, we’ll offer special opportunities to make your night at the opera more memorable.

2013-11-24-3192Thursday, Jan. 30: The Thursday evening performance is perfect for the downtown set. Guests can take in a relaxing happy hour at Malaga Tapas Bar 440 W. 2nd Street, Austin 78701, from 5:00-7:00 pm for complimentary wine and appetizers before the show. Click here for a map to Malaga. For an exclusive offer for guests of this happy hour, please email Monica Williams, Marketing Director, at mwilliams@austinlyricopera.org.

 

 

 

Lyric Opera-4116Saturday, Feb. 1: Guests for the Saturday, “Black Tie” performance can join in the glamorous experience that many have come to expect from a night at the opera – posing for photos, a special “Tosca’s Kiss” cocktail, and gorgeous Puccini music in the lobbies before curtain time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2013-11-24-3257Sunday,  Feb. 2: Parents of young children may especially enjoy the family afternoon matinee show on Sunday, as ALO is offering its special on-site Sunday Matinee Music Camp for kids ages 5-12 for the duration of the performance. Located in the AT&T Room, this is not mere babysitting, but a fun learning environment for kids to learn about the art of the opera. Adults won’t be the only ones getting a taste of great classical music that day! ALO will also be shooting complimentary family portraits in the orchestra lobby during intermission for a memorable souvenir. Music Camp RSVP opportunity coming soon. Space is limited.

mardi byers 3Floria Tosca – Mardi Byers, soprano

American soprano, Mardi Byers is one of the most exciting and talented artists to have emerged from the United States of America in recent years. Hailed by the press as “world class”, she is making her mark on international opera and concert stages including the Hamburg State Opera, Bregenz Festival, Moscow’s Bolshoi Theater, New York City Opera, Opera Frankfurt, and Finnish National Opera.

Her triumphant opera debut as Floria Tosca at Theater Lübeck in 2003 earned her both critical and public acclaim, prompting invitations from leading opera houses to sing the major roles of her repertoire. Preview Byers singing “vissi d’arte” (“I lived for art”) with this video.

 

Piper headshotCavaradossiScott Piper, tenor

Spinto tenor Scott Piper’s rich, resonant voice and charismatic stage presence are quickly establishing him as a sought after interpreter of opera’s romantic leading men,  in roles such roles as the Cavaradossi in Tosca, Don José in Bizet’s Carmen, Pinkerton in Puccini’s Madama Butterfly and Turiddu in Cavalleria Rusticana.  The Salt Lake Tribune wrote of his Utah Opera performance “His voice was rich and natural, with baritone heft in the lower range; his heart-tugging third-act aria, “E lucevan le stelle,” was one of the evening’s highlights.” Recently transitioning into spinto repertoire, Scott sang Calaf in Turandot for Pensacola Opera and Minnesota Opera,  Manrico in Il Trovatore with Utah Opera, and Luigi in Il Tabarro with Opera Koeln.  Watch Piper perform from Barber of Seville with the Fresno Youth Philharmonic Orchestra

Tigges headshotScarpia – Wayne Tigges, baritone

Lauded by the Chicago Sun-Times for his “rich, dark tone and beautiful legato,” Wayne Tigges has most recently performed the roles of Faraone in Mose in Egitto (New York City Opera), Douglas in La donna del lago (Santa Fe Opera), Claudius in Hamlet (Minnesota Opera), and Superintendent Budd In Albert Herring (Théâtre du Capitole de Toulouse), and Leporello in Don Giovanni (Pittsburgh Opera).

Other recent operatic engagements include Achilla in Giulio Cesare (Metropolitan Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago); Escamillo in Carmen (Glyndebourne Festival, San Diego Opera); Kolenaty in The Makropolous Case (Opéra National de Paris); Villains in Les contes d’ Hoffmann, Hercules in Gluck’s Alceste; Basilio in Il barbiere di Siviglia (Santa Fe Opera); Donner in Das Rheingold (Los Angeles Opera); Don Giovanni (Opera Pacific); Figaro in Le nozze di Figaro, Basilio in Il barbiere di Siviglia (Lyric Opera of Chicago, Opera Colorado); Don Giovanni and Le nozze di Figaro (Austin Lyric Opera); and Jochanaan in Salome (Arizona Opera).

REVIEW: “Austin Lyric Opera’s TOSCA” Austin American-Statesman

““Tosca,” is the sort of opera that shows what the art form can do, where three hours fly by.” …more

REVIEW: “Vai a ‘Tosca'” Austinist

“The opening night performance by the Austin Lyric Opera lived up to the great expectations of a very full audience at the Long Center.” …more

REVIEW: “Austin Lyric Opera’s TOSCA Triumphs Broadway World

“Even those who criticize the piece for its flair for the dramatics would be pleased by this glorious production. This is what all operas should aspire to be.” …more

REVIEW: “Tosca” Austin Chronicle

“From the first notes – which erupted from the pit like a volcanic blast from the underworld – we were thrust into a world of high drama, every scene heightened to an intensity beyond the natural.” …more

 

 

Red Carpet Opening Night Dinner

Opening Night.jpgYou’re invited to join us for the Red Carpet Opening Night Dinner, one of the season’s most fabulous events!

Guests arrive at the Long Center by 5:30 for a champagne reception in the Kodosky Lounge, then a seated dinner is served at 6:00. The Pre-Opera dinners allows you to meet your fellow opera goers, share the excitement about the performance and enjoy a delicious dinner by Sterling Affairs.

Your voucher also allows you to join us in the Kodosky Lounge after the performance for the After Party, where you’ll enjoy desserts and drinks and get to meet the conductor and cast.

Enjoy a dinner with friends before the show with the convenience of being steps away from your seats!

Red Carpet Opening Night Dinner
Kodosky Lounge in Long Center
5:30 Champagne Reception
6:00 Seated Dinner
Tickets $125

Tickets for the Red Carpet Opening Night Dinner go quickly, so call us now at 512.610.7684 to purchase your tickets.

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