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<< April 18, 2017 >>
Member Events
Guerilla Opera
Community Event: Guerilla Opera Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary with Its Greatest Hits

Web Address: http://guerillaopera.com/season/10th-anniversary-celebration/#sthash.nPFnnX8H.dpbs
Start Time: 6:00PM

Guerilla Opera plays its greatest hits on Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at its 10th Anniversary Celebration in the OBERON at 2 Arrow Street, Cambridge, MA 02138!

 Join your host Allegra Libonati, Stage Director of upcoming “Play: the Game—or—Game: the Play” and Boston Lyric Opera’s recent “The Rakes Progress,” at 6:00pm for mingling, appetizers and a cash bar, and mesmerizing performances from Guerilla Opera’s “relentlessly inventive” ensemble. General admission for this event is $20.00 and can be purchased online at cluboberon.com, by phone at 617-547-8300 and at-the-door 1 hour before curtain at the OBERON. 

Performances from their world premiere operas include: “Heart of a Dog” with music and libretto by Rudolf Rojahn, “Gallo” with music and libretto by Ken Ueno, “Say It Ain’t So, Joe!” with music and libretto by Curtis K. Hughes and last season’s premiere “Beowulf” with music and libretto by Hannah Lash. 

The performing ensemble for this celebration includes Guerilla Opera regulars: soprano Aliana de la Guardia, tenor Patrick Massey, countertenor Douglas Dodson, clarinetist Amy Advocat, saxophonist Philipp Stäudlin, violinist/violist Gabriela Diaz as well as percussionist and artistic director Mike Williams, and new-comers baritone Dana Whiteside and cellist Stephen Marotto. 

Guerilla Opera
Community Event: Guerilla Opera Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary with Its Greatest Hits

Web Address: http://guerillaopera.com/season/10th-anniversary-celebration/#sthash.nPFnnX8H.dpbs
Start Time: 6:00PM

Guerilla Opera plays its greatest hits on Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at its 10th Anniversary Celebration in the OBERON at 2 Arrow Street, Cambridge, MA 02138!

 Join your host Allegra Libonati, Stage Director of upcoming “Play: the Game—or—Game: the Play” and Boston Lyric Opera’s recent “The Rakes Progress,” at 6:00pm for mingling, appetizers and a cash bar, and mesmerizing performances from Guerilla Opera’s “relentlessly inventive” ensemble. General admission for this event is $20.00 and can be purchased online at cluboberon.com, by phone at 617-547-8300 and at-the-door 1 hour before curtain at the OBERON. 

Performances from their world premiere operas include: “Heart of a Dog” with music and libretto by Rudolf Rojahn, “Gallo” with music and libretto by Ken Ueno, “Say It Ain’t So, Joe!” with music and libretto by Curtis K. Hughes and last season’s premiere “Beowulf” with music and libretto by Hannah Lash. 

The performing ensemble for this celebration includes Guerilla Opera regulars: soprano Aliana de la Guardia, tenor Patrick Massey, countertenor Douglas Dodson, clarinetist Amy Advocat, saxophonist Philipp Stäudlin, violinist/violist Gabriela Diaz as well as percussionist and artistic director Mike Williams, and new-comers baritone Dana Whiteside and cellist Stephen Marotto. 

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