Bookings are open for the twilight opera at the Mia Mia hall, which will be held in October.July 11, 2014 3:01am
Singers from The Opera Studio Melbourne and Gertrude Opera will present a program of arias and assembles from Mozart, Verdi, Massenet, Rossini and Kalman at this year’s Mia Mia twilight opera.
The program will delight both young and old, aficionados and novices, according to organisers.
Bookings are open for the twilight opera at the Mia Mia hall, with performances at 7pm on October 11, with pre-performance nibbles from 6pm; and at 2pm on October 12.
Tickets for Saturday are $45 and for Sunday, $25, and are available at www.trybooking.com/FFVV
Saturday’s opera fans will be able to vote in the $250 people’s choice award and there will be a $250 judge’s choice award, along with the announcement of the winner of the Alice Amy McDonald scholarship trust travel award for 2015.
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