Northside Opera Study group invites you to learn more about opera through their weekly meetings.
Next week, on Monday 23rd September, Pinchgut Opera will speak about their 2013 production, Il Giasone (Jason) by Cavalli. This production is loosely based on the story of Jason and The Golden Fleece. It was the most often-performed opera in Venice in the 17th Century.
The group meets each Monday morning from 10 am to 12.30 pm in Lindfield. Wheelchair access and facilities are available. There is some free street parking nearby and on the Pacific Highway after 10 am. Whether you are a long term opera enthusiast or a novice who wants to learn more about the subject, you can share your interest in music and opera with this friendly group. Their programmes cover a wide range of opera from traditional to contemporary.
The weekly lectures are presented by distinguished artists, musicians and academics using the latest audiovisual equipment. Presentations include performances by up and coming singers as well as an annual concert by students from the Conservatorium of Music.
Visitors and new members are always welcome.
The first visit is free then $20 per lecture or $100 per semester. This includes morning tea and access to our extensive library of DVDs, CDs and books.
Contact :Ross Hayes: 9579 4625/John Sanders: 9412 2581/Michael Berman: 9416 7779