The Opera Project
The Opera Project is a classical singers’ forum that supports singers in the community by offering performance opportunities for professionals, students, and emerging artists alike. A charitable non-profit organization, The Opera Project raised money during its first season for St. Andrew’s Church, Lambertville, New Jersey, to restore the historic Hook and Hastings organ. During the second year, The Opera Project raised money for Doctors Without Borders. In addition to the regular concerts of its third season, The Opera Project expanded its horizons with several concerts to benefit local benevolent organizations, including the Briteside Adult Day Center in Flemington, New Jersey.
Opera News 2016 Season
THE 2016-2017 SEASON BEGINS!
The Opera Project begins its fall season with a benefit concert for the Frenchtown Methodist Church, 16 Third Street, Frenchtown, NJ, on Saturday, September 24th at 7:30 PM. The Opera Project is a charitable non-profit group, and it recognizes its responsibility to the community by performing concerts to help local organizations, churches, programs for the elderly, young developing singers, and, this year, filmmakers and dance troupes, while still maintaining its commitment to a regular concert schedule.
We are happy to welcome back several of our artists who have been performing with opera companies in America and Europe. We share with them some small pride as they move ever forward in their careers. Our mission is the support and nurturing of classical singing, and as such, we are always interested in new singers who might wish to audition. Please contact Walt MacNicoll at (908)268-1264 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to our fall concert series, we are excited to announce a very special fundraising event to benefit The Opera Project: “Tango Night, Your Invitation to the Tango” with a screening of local documentary filmmaker Bert Shapiro's “Let's Tango,” followed by an opportunity to speak with the filmmaker. There will be a tango demonstration by a master tango instructor and the New Hope Tango Group, so be prepared to join in the dance if you wish, or just observe this traditional malanga. The first 50 people to buy their tickets at the door will receive a free copy of “Let's Tango.”
For more information, please call 908-268-1264, or visit www.theoperaproject.us.