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Oratorio Society of Minnesota Summer Chorus presents A Night at the Opera Concert August 3 at Ted Mann Concert Hall

 

The Oratorio Society of Minnesota presents A Night at the Opera featuring popular movements from 12 beloved operas on Saturday, August 3 at 7:30 p.m. at Ted Mann Concert Hall in Minneapolis.

Following the popularity of 2015’s Great Opera Choruses concert, A Night at the Opera includes songs from CarmenPirates of PenzanceToscaRigoletto, and more. The program will beperformed by the Society’s Summer Chorus—a festival chorus of 150 singers—with soloist and a full orchestra and conducted by Artistic Director Matthew Mehaffey.

Tickets: $30 (preferred seating) and $20 for adults (general seating); $15 for students; children under 12 are free with adult admission (use promo code CHILD) available at oratorio.org

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