Flavors of Midtown
This month-long food “tour” combines food and drink tasting events with some serious fun in Omaha’s most delicious, midtown neighborhood. You’ll experience delectable events from one-of-a-kind specialty food stores. Walk away with new culinary attitudes, big smiles, and satisfied taste buds.
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A Flavorful Event
Join us September 4 for a prelude to Opera Outdoors. Enjoy a cocktail buffet supper at Brix, then watch Opera Outdoors from reserved patio seating. Enjoy light fare and dessert after the concert at Cantina Loredo.
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An Evening Under the Stars
Join us on September 4 at 6:30pm in Turner Park for a free evening of beautiful music performed by four of Opera's biggest stars! Click here for more information.
Guild Fall Luncheon
Join us for our annual Fall Luncheon on September 17, 2014. Highly acclaimed director, production designer, and visual artist James Darrah will be Guest Speaker. Following his success directing Opera Omaha's 2014 production of "Agrippina," Mr. Darrah returns to the director's chair this season for Opera Omaha's 2015 production of "A Flowering Tree". Click here to make your reservation.
The Opera Omaha Guild 2014 Cotillion Committee cordially invites all Omaha metropolitan area sixth graders to participate in a class in dining, dancing and social amenities instruction.
Classes are held on six Sundays starting September 21, 2014 through October 26, 2014 with a Graduation Dinner Dance on Saturday, November 1, 2014.
Cotillion, a fundraiser for Opera Omaha, costs $250 per child (a portion will be tax deductible), and includes 6 classes, plus one dinner class and the Graduation Dinner .
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Cotillion – French word for formal ball – combines fundraising for Opera Omaha with lessons in social skills “disguised” as a dance class for sixth graders throughout Omaha. A popular tradition through the 1960’s, Cotillion died out in the 1970’s. The revival of Cotillion began in 1983 and has been popular ever since. This will be the 29th consecutive season for the Opera Omaha Cotillion.
The primary purpose of each Cotillion class is to provide the opportunity for each student to mature socially. Students learn the art of dining in a formal setting, communicating, being a proper guest as well as a host/hostess, and ballroom dancing. The emphasis will be on helping students learn how to meet new people and how to get along with others; the learning of dance steps is incidental.
Opera Omaha will be holding chorus auditions on Tuesday, October 21, from 5:00 – 7:00pm.
You must be at least 18 years old to audition.
Prospective members will be assigned a time slot. Please prepare 2 selections (not to exceed 5 minutes in total):
*Arias, arts songs, or church solos are all acceptable as audition pieces. Please provide printed music as an accompanist will be available at no cost.
Audtions will be held in the Opera Omaha Rehearsal Hall, 1850 Farnam Street, Omaha NE (entrance on Farnam Street).
Contact Jillian Wees at email@example.com or 402-346-4398 x 217 with questions and to schedule an audition.
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