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Non-Stuffy Opera in a Bar: “Vive la France” | SF

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Saturday, July 20, 2013 - 8:00 pm | Cost: FREE
The Royale | 800 Post Street San Francisco, CA



Opera on Tap: Non-stuffy Opera Sung Live in a Bar | SF

Non Stuffy Opera in a Bar: Vive la France | SFOpera on Tap is a non-profit organization whose mission is to break down the stereo-type that opera is a stuffy or an elitist art form, by bringing it to bars.

Local singers let their hair down and bring you into what feels like an after hours back stage party, singing some of opera’s best known and little known pieces in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere.

They have a monthly residency at Trendyloin neighborhood bar, Cafe Royale, and partner with local chamber music groups to create evenings filled with laughter, warmth and most importantly, great music.

Non Stuffy Opera in a Bar: Vive la France | SFOpera on Tap
7 pm | Third Saturdays of the month (usually, but not always)
Cafe Royale | 800 Post St., SF
FREE

Saturday, July 20, 2013
Vive la France | Opera on Tap: Non-stuffy Opera Sung Live in a Bar | SF

Escape to France with Opera on Tap while they serenade you with the best arias from French Opera. Sit back and let these talented singers transport you into the company of Massenet, Offenbach, Charpentier, and Gounod.

Featuring:
Michael Schuler, Piano
Sara Antunovich, Soprano
Abigail Colyer, Soprano
Adina Dorband, Soprano & Publicity Liaison
Katherine Gerber-Biswas, Soprano & Co-Managing Diva
Margaret Gordon, Soprano
Angela Jarosz, Soprano
Alex Tarczynski, Baritone
Jefferson Taylor, Baritone
Indre Viskontas, Soprano & Co-Managing Diva
Jessica Winn, Mezzo-soprano

With a special appearance by flutist, Michael Williams.


Links: Event details

Cost: FREE

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Categories: *Top Pick*, Live Music, San Francisco, Theater & Performance
Venue: The Royale
Address: 800 Post Street San Francisco, CA

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