Love affairs, hidden identities and of course, champagne! Don’t miss our third annual NEMPAC Opera Project production, Die Fledermaus by Strauss, in English! Once again, we will be performing in Historic Faneuil Hall in Downtown Boston, on Friday, June 27th and Saturday, June 28th, 2014 at 7:30 pm. Both Faneuil Hall performances will be fully staged and with full orchestra, under the musical direction of Dr. Tiffany Chang and stage direction by Adrienne Boris.

There will also be a free community performance on Sunday, June 29th at Christopher Columbus Park at 8:00 p.m.

The NEMPAC Opera Project was founded by Rebecca Rapoport­ Cole and Sherri Snow in 2012. The project’s mission is to serve Boston’s artistic community of singers, instrumentalists and artistic staff, as well as the general public by providing affordable opera in urban Boston. We’ve also been able to provide over 150 local singers, directors, and musicians with professional performing experience.

In an effort to challenge the boundaries of what a theatre space “has” to be, the NEMPAC Opera Project has sought to use exclusively non­traditional spaces. In our first year, we took the provocative work of Bizet’s Carmen to St. Paul’s Cathedral in downtown Boston, and also provided a community outreach performance at Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park. Last year, we performed Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte in Boston’s Faneuil Hall. The production was so successful that we have chosen to return again to Faneuil Hall with our 2014 production, Die Fledermaus.

Want to support the NEMPAC Opera project for the 2014 production of Die Fledermaus? Have an ad that you want viewed by the over 350 people annually that view our opera programs? We would love to talk to you further about a donation or purchasing an advertisement in our 2014 programs. Email Rebecca Rapoport ­Cole at, rrc@nempacboston.org or nempacopera@gmail.com.

The North End Music and Performing Arts Center is a small non­profit organization that is dedicated to providing affordable, quality arts­ related programming to residents of the North End and the surrounding neighborhoods. By encouraging participation in the arts, we hope to strengthen relationships within the community.

Tickets are on sale now! Reserve your seat online before we sell out!

Regular $25

VIP $45

Student/Senior $20

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/die-fledermaus-performed-in-english-tickets-10890085539

 

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