Ticketed Events

July 2016

Summer Sing-Ins: Mozart’s Requiem, Arnold Lee, conductor

Wednesday, July 27, 7:00-9:30pm

In the third session of the 2016 Summer Sing-Ins, Arnold Lee will conduct Mozart’s Requiem.

The Requiem Mass by Mozart was left unfinished when the composer died in 1791. It was completed in 1792 by Franz Süssmayr, and was delivered to the Count who had anonymously commissioned it to commemorate his wife’s death.

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August 2016

Summer Sing-Ins: Brahms & Handel, Omid Zoufonoun, conductor

Wednesday, August 3, 7:00-9:30pm

In the fourth session of the 2016 Summer Sing-Ins, Omid Zofounoun will conduct Brahms’ Schicksalslied and Handel’s Messiah.

The Schicksalslied (Song of Destiny), by Brahms, is an accompanied choral setting of a poem written by Hölderlin. It is one of Brahms’ major choral works, though it is fairly short. Handel’s English-language oratorio, Messiah, uses a liturgical text assembled by Charles Jennens. In three parts, it tells the story of Christ’s Birth, Passion, and Resurrection. The famous Hallelujah Chorus ends part two.

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Festival Opera – Abduction From the Seraglio

Friday, August 5, 8:00pm

It’s Mozart with a Twist, as Festival Opera Gears Up For an Out-of-This-World 25th Anniversary!

Mozart’s Abduction From the Seraglio will be presented Friday, Saturday and Monday, August 5, 6 and 8, at 8:00 p.m., and on Tuesday, August 9, at 2:00 p.m., in the Regents’ Theatre, Valley Center for the Performing Arts, on the campus of Holy Names University in Oakland.

All performances are in English, with English supertitles. Regents’ Theatre is wheelchair and ADA accessible. For more information visit festivalopera.org.

The Opening Night Dinner will be at 5:30 pm in the Valley Center for the Performing Arts – the same building that houses the Regents’ Theater. Cost is $100 per person; tickets for the performance are additional, and must be purchased separately.

Menu choices include chicken, fish or vegetarian entrées. Wines are included for those 21 and up. Diners may also join Festival OperaSostenutoSociety members for complimentary intermission refreshments (included in dinner ticket).

Our special guests at the dinner will be stage director Josh Shaw. Please, join us and enjoy a perfect “meet and mingle” time before the show.

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Festival Opera – Opening Night Dinner

Friday, August 5, 5:30pm

The Opening Night Dinner will be at 5:30 pm in the Valley Center for the Performing Arts – the same building that houses the Regents’ Theater. Cost is $100 per person; tickets for the performance are additional, and must be purchased separately.

Menu choices include chicken, fish or vegetarian entrées. Wines are included for those 21 and up. Diners may also join Festival OperaSostenutoSociety members for complimentary intermission refreshments (included in dinner ticket).

Our special guests at the dinner will be stage director Josh Shaw. Please, join us and enjoy a perfect “meet and mingle” time before the show.

Festival Opera – Abduction From the Seraglio

It’s Mozart with a Twist, as Festival Opera Gears Up For an Out-of-This-World 25th Anniversary!

Mozart’s Abduction From the Seraglio will be presented Friday, Saturday and Monday, August 5, 6 and 8, at 8:00 p.m., and on Tuesday, August 9, at 2:00 p.m., in the Regents’ Theatre, Valley Center for the Performing Arts, on the campus of Holy Names University in Oakland.

All performances are in English, with English supertitles. Regents’ Theatre is wheelchair and ADA accessible. For more information visit festivalopera.org

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Festival Opera – Abduction From the Seraglio

Saturday, August 6, 8:00pm

It’s Mozart with a Twist, as Festival Opera Gears Up For an Out-of-This-World 25th Anniversary!

Mozart’s Abduction From the Seraglio will be presented Friday, Saturday and Monday, August 5, 6 and 8, at 8:00 p.m., and on Tuesday, August 9, at 2:00 p.m., in the Regents’ Theatre, Valley Center for the Performing Arts, on the campus of Holy Names University in Oakland.

All performances are in English, with English supertitles. Regents’ Theatre is wheelchair and ADA accessible. For more information visit festivalopera.org.

The Opening Night Dinner will be at 5:30 pm in the Valley Center for the Performing Arts – the same building that houses the Regents’ Theater. Cost is $100 per person; tickets for the performance are additional, and must be purchased separately.

Menu choices include chicken, fish or vegetarian entrées. Wines are included for those 21 and up. Diners may also join Festival OperaSostenutoSociety members for complimentary intermission refreshments (included in dinner ticket).

Our special guests at the dinner will be stage director Josh Shaw. Please, join us and enjoy a perfect “meet and mingle” time before the show.

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