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NEW YORK OPERA ALLIANCE
ANNOUNCES PREMIERE EVENT
New York, NY—On Sunday, November 3 at 3:00 p.m., the New York Opera Alliance
(NYOA) is hosting its premiere event in the intimate setting of (Le) Poisson Rouge
. This is a chance to celebrate New York’s always vibrant and diverse opera scene on the last day of National Opera Week
, and to meet some of the many NYOA participants. Tickets ($10) are available at lepoissonrouge.com
A wide cross-section of NYOA’s participating organizations will present a program of arias and excerpts in all of the different musical styles that make up the operatic art form. From Baroque to Classical to Romantic, through the 20th century to the present day, there will be something for everyone.
) is a consortium of alternative/independent opera companies and producers operating within the five boroughs of New York City. It was established to enhance and support the visibility and viability of each organization and of the consortium as a whole. Since NYOA’s official roll-out announcement in April 2013, the membership has expanded to 29 organizations.
The New York Opera Alliance works in partnership with OPERA America, which is NYOA’s fiscal sponsor. As of October 1, 2013, NYOA’s members are:
(Le) Poisson Rouge
American Lyric Theater
American Opera Projects
Beth Morrison Projects
Bronx Opera Company
Center for Contemporary Opera
Citywide Youth Opera
dell’Arte Opera Ensemble
Downtown Music Productions
Encompass New Opera Theatre
Experiments in Opera
Gotham Chamber Opera
Harlem Opera Theater
HERE Arts Center
Indie Opera Podcast
the little OPERA theatre of ny
Manhattan School of Music Opera Theater
On Site Opera
Opera on Tap
Opera OGGI New York
Underworld Productions Opera
Vertical Player Repertory
is located at 158 Bleecker Street (between Thompson and Sullivan Streets), and is closest to the Bleecker Street station on the 6, the Broadway/Lafayette Station on the B/D/F/M and the Prince Street station on the N/R.
Sunday, November 3, 2013
All tickets $10
Doors open at 2:00 p.m. for a 3:00 p.m. performance.
For tickets and/or information, please go to (Le) Poisson Rouge’s
website at lepoissonrouge.com
or call 212.505.FISH.
Don’t miss this chance to see so much of what NYOA, and the thriving opera community of New York City has to offer. It’s an opera lover’s dream!
To learn more about the New York Opera Alliance, visit NYOperaAlliance.org
More information about National Opera Week is available at operaamerica.org/OperaWeek