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    March 18 & 20, 2016


    This fully-staged production of Gounod’s epic drama presents timeless human themes of longing for love, the desire for salvation and redemption, and the costs of making a bargain with the devil.

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    Jim & Sylvia Earl, The Helena Foundation, with Maestro Ronald Gretz


    Ticket revenues only cover a small percentage of the cost to produce a fully staged opera, making the support of individual and corporate donors vital to organizations such as The Annapolis Opera.

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    Volunteers at the 4th Annual Singable Feast
    September, 2014


    Volunteering is a wonderful way to become more involved in the Opera. From providing housing for singers, to ushering at performances and helping plan events, there are many opportunities to get involved!

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  • Overall, the performance leaves you wanting more from this company, and more you shall have.

    Mary JohnsonThe Baltimore Sun

  • …this was a truly magnificent performance of one of the grandest of grand operas.”

    David LindauerThe Capital


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…”

Mark Thomas KettersonOpera News

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