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42 Years of Professional Opera in Annapolis


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    “Così fan tutte”
    March 2015


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    Volunteers at the Fourth Annual Singable Feast September 2014


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This…was a gratifying evening of music-making in Maryland’s famed ‘Crab Town’ and a persuasive affirmation of Verdi’s power to move us…”

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Legacy Giving

Did you know that Annapolis Opera also welcomes, celebrates, and greatly appreciates legacy gifts to support our mission?

Legacy giving can be a powerful way to make a difference. If you plan to include philanthropy in your legacy plans, please kindly consider including Annapolis Opera. Also, please let us know if you have included Annapolis Opera so we can properly thank you and celebrate your generosity by inducting you into our Legacy Society.

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