Enjoy a well-rounded look at the context of Die Fledermaus, next Wednesday, Jan. 15, at 7 p.m., as part of a panel discussion in the Ledcor Theatre at the Alberta Art Gallery.
Panelists include Dr. James DeFelice, Stewart Lemoine, Dr. Joseph Patrouch and Dr. Franz A.J. Szabo, and the discussion will be moderated by repetiteur Leanne Regehr. Bios of each of the participants are available here. The event is free but please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It was a great way to start the new year by welcoming the cast of Die Fledermaus to Edmonton this Monday — rehearsals have started in earnest and the chemistry between singers is amazing! We can't wait to share this sparkling comedy in three-quarter time with you, so don't forget to purchase your tickets soon (they are selling quickly)!
Opera Duo packages are also still on sale, and starting at $76, include a ticket to both Die Fledermaus and Madama Butterfly. February's production of Fledermaus is a wonderful way to brighten Edmonton's long winter, and Madama Butterfly in April is a timeless story — in fact, the one we opened our company with in 1963.
Call the box office at 780.429.1000 or visit edmontonopera.com to purchase tickets.
On Valentine's Day, guests have an opportunity to mingle, enjoying drinks and an elegant dinner while experiencing the work of two great organizations through the soul-healing power of music.
The gala raises approximately $300,000 annually for the Edmonton Opera and the CapitalCare Foundation, and is an extraordinary example of a partnership between two organizations in the arts and health sectors.
Join us on the most romantic night of the year, where hundreds of prominent Albertans show their love for the arts and appreciation for continuing care. Tables can be purchased online or by calling Mary Cousineau at 780-497-3261.
Warm up your winter with Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet
Romeo and Juliet special offcer for Edmonton Opera supporters!
Shakespeare's beloved star-crossed romance is a timeless and exquisite masterpiece. Set to Prokofiev's gorgeous score, against a sumptuous setting in 16th century Verona, Romeo and Juliet "leaves you longing for a few more pages of music and another lovers' pas de deux." - Winnipeg Sun.
Jan. 21 & 22, 2014 | Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
25% off with promo code: DANCE
Click HERE for tickets
Tix on the Square
9930 102 Ave.