Arizona Opera requests the pleasure of your company at the beautiful Tesuque home of Deborah and James Quirk for a benefit evening of dinner and song featuring tenor Alek Shrader and his stunning wife, mezzo-soprano Daniela Mack.
In conjunction with performances of Cruzar la Cara de la Luna, Arizona Opera will be presenting a Hispanic Heritage Festival in both Phoenix and Tucson leading up to the performances. During these events, Arizona Opera will be facilitating conversations, providing demonstrations, and hosting celebrations of Hispanic culture.
The Opera Guild assists local voice students, both undergraduate and graduate, with scholarships, grants, competitive prizes, and opportunities to perform for the community.
Join us for a free 30 minute concert on the first Wednesday of the month and see our talented Studio Artists perform a wide variety of opera classics in the Arizona Opera Atrium. The Brown Bag Lunch Recital is free and open to the public, no reservations are required.
Enjoy a glass of wine and discuss details of a main stage opera with General Director Ryan Taylor. Guests are invited “behind the scenes” to view a portion of the opera’s final rehearsal at Arizona Opera Center.