"Unleashing Your Inner Opera Fan"
"Unleashing Your Inner Opera Fan" returns Thursday, December 1, opening its 2022-2023 season. The Unleashing Your Inner Opera Fan series consists of multimedia presentations with live Berks Opera Artists, about 60-80 minutes long. The presentations begin at 7pm and are led by Berks Opera's Education and Outreach Director, David Richie.
Admission is $20 for adults and seniors, $15 for students and young people under 30. Payment at the door by cash or check.
VISA/MC/PayPal payments can be made by using the "Donate" button on the BerksOpera.org website.
Featured Opera: Kevin Puts's The Hours
Featuring Mary McCormick, soprano and James Damore, piano
Presentation Title: "Who's Afraid of Modern Opera"
Presentation Date: Thursday, December 1, 2022, 7PM
Location: Residence of Stephanie Rawden and Mark Ratcliffe (address will be given when reservations are made)
Call Berks Opera at 484-752-2462 or email email@example.com to make reservations or with questions. Thank you to our Unleashing sponsor Fox Theatres for continuing to support these programs!
Metropolitan Opera in HD in Cinemas Learn more: metopera.org
Kevin Puts's The Hours Met in HD broadcast Saturday, December 10th, 12:55pm
Book Met in HD tickets at Fox Berkshire: foxshowtimes.com
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A new opera by Chris Heslop, with libretto by Vicki Haller Graff, and direction by Joel Richard Gori.
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COVID 19 INFORMATION
Berks Opera is mindful of protecting everyone’s well-being and ending this pandemic as soon as possible. Observing protective practices is especially necessary where live singing and public speaking are involved.
Therefore, until the Covid 19 situation changes, we offer the following information:
• Attendees may also have to follow whatever policies the host may promulgate.
DUE TO CONTINUED UNCERTAINTIES SURROUNDING THE PANDEMIC, ALL INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. ALL PRESENTATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO POSTPONEMENT, RELOCATION OR CANCELLATION. CHECK BERKS OPERA COMPANY’S WEBSITE OR EMAIL BERKS OPERA COMPANY FOR LATEST INFORMATION.
Berks Opera Company is a fictitious name owned by Berks Opera Workshop, a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation and tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization.
Berks Opera Company • P. O. Box 251 • Reading, PA 19603 • firstname.lastname@example.org • 484.752.2462