Annapolis Opera 2014 – 2015
42 Years of Professional Opera in Annapolis
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Overall, the performance leaves you wanting more from this company, and more you shall have…”
…this was a truly magnificent performance of one of the grandest of grand operas.
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…
As the hot Maryland sun rises on the beginning of our 42nd season, “Opera Incognito,” sunglasses might be a practical necessity in addition to being a fashionable accessory. Though sunglasses had their roots in the eminently practical Inuit snow goggles of prehistory, even these goggles, carved from walrus ivory, developed into highly polished and stylishly […]
The opening scene of Così fan tutte, first performed in 1790, is set in a coffee shop. Although coffee shops seem like a modern luxury, especially with contemporary brand names crowding every block in cities across the globe, the first coffee was for sale in Europe as early as the mid 1600’s. Not long after its […]
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 AO so we can properly thank you and celebrate your generosity by inducting you into our Legacy Society.