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Sunday’s “La Bohème” Opera Moved to St. Stephen’s Church in North End

Performers take their final bows at Saturday night’s La Bohème performance on the Faneuil Hall stage. (NEWF Photo)

NEMPAC Opera Project Presents La BohemeDue to the rain on Sunday, the NEMPAC Opera Project production of La Bohéme will be moved inside to St. Stephen’s Church at 401 Hanover Street, Boston’s North End at 7pm. The community outreach performance was originally set to be outside at Christopher Columbus Park.

The singers and full orchestra look forward to welcoming you to a FREE community performance at 7:00 pm on Sunday, June 28th at St. Stephen’s Church. 

This is a concert version of the Puccini’s La Bohème opera (all the music and full orchestra with less staging than in the theater). The production just wrapped up three nights of a fully staged version at the Great Hall in Faneuil Hall.

All are welcome to this free community opera performance by NEMPAC.

Ed: After seeing the Saturday performance, I highly recommend going on Sunday night!

One Reply to “Sunday’s “La Bohème” Opera Moved to St. Stephen’s Church in North End

  1. On behalf of the Board of Directors, I sincerely thank everyone who attended any of the four performances of La Boheme. To our delight, the accolades were pouring in throughout it’s run at Faneuil Hall and St. Stephen’s Church.
    Sherri Snow, Executive Director, and Rebecca Rapoport-Cole, Artistic Director, made us all proud of NEMPAC.

    Dianne Royle, President, Board of Directors

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