Don’t miss our first Opéra Nouvelle concert of 2019-2020!
French Opera Fusion has a little something for everyone. Local and regional performers will delight the audience with the poignant and memorable songs from Georges Bizet’s Carmen, such as the Habanera (Bohemian Song), and we will also include selections from French composers Gounod, Massenet, Thomas and Offenbach in a piquant potpourri of 19th Century French musical delights that will leave everyone in the audience humming their favorite tunes on the way out of the hall!
Sunday, September 22, 2019 3:00 PM @ Opera Guild Home, 2504 Prytania St.
The importance of make up… and costumes and sets and props! Come to our Subscriber Party and meet the people that are responsible for the magic.
It’s your chance to talk all things opera with our team of experts. If you haven’t purchased your season subscription yet, you can do it at the party all while chatting with members from each of our support groups, too.
Join our performers and Maestro in a round table discussion of Bizet’s masterpiece Carmen immediately following the party. Reception to follow with a French and Spanish menu. Admission is free, but make sure you click the link below to get your ticket.
Saturday, September 28, 2019 7:00 PM @ Opera Guild Home
The members of the Opera Club of the New Orleans Opera Association invite you to join us on Saturday, September 28 to a party to celebrate the opening of the Opera Season and to dine with the stars of Carmen.
Women’s Guild Home, 2504 Prytania Street
Cocktails at 7:00 o’clock
Dinner at 8:00 o’clock
Cocktail Attire – Black Tie Optional
Entertainment by Casey Candebat
Cuisine by Saffron Nola
Catering Tickets $150 per person – Seating is limited
Carmen is a mesmerizing gypsy loved and desired by many,
but who remains true only to herself. First a soldier, then a toreador lose
themselves to her hypnotic allure and bear the consequences of learning that
Carmen lives life on her own terms.
“I defy everything – fire, the sword, and heaven itself!”
Experience the drama and passion of this great music
combined with powerful staging, beautiful singing and Bizet’s rich
Come to the opera and fall in love again—at your own peril.