Fort Worth Opera’s Opera Shots
February 5, 2013
Opera Shots brings the vibrant world of the opera to entertainment enthusiasts of all kinds through “pop-up” style concerts in the casual, social environment of Fort Worth’s hottest bars. Like an operatic karaoke night, members of the Fort Worth Opera Young Artist Studio and FWOpera Festival Chorus perform arias of their choice, providing a brief explanation and giving context before each song. From dramatic and passionate to funny and sentimental, Opera Shots makes the world of opera fun and accessible.
Setting the stage for Valentine’s Day, this Opera Shots event will play on the theme of love as our Artists perform works from one of the most romantic operas of all time—Puccini’s La Bohème—along with other swoon-inducing arias. Guests can enjoy the performances while sipping on specially-crafted, opera- inspired drinks such as the “Puccini-tini,” “Mimì’s Mojito,” “Rodolfo’s Rum,” and the “Big-O shot.” Event prizes will also be given out throughout the evening.
Music lovers ages 21 and older are welcome. Admission to the event is free and registration is strongly encouraged.
Pictured: Jamie-Rose Guarrine, Ashley Kerr, Scott Scully, and Lilliana Piazza from Fort Worth Opera's "Lysistrata"
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