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Future Women Leaders Event Annoucement: Night Out at the San Francisco Opera

From: Melissa T.
Sent on: Monday, October 24, 2011 12:04 PM

Future Women Leaders just added a new program to the calendar!

Night Out at the San Francisco Opera 

29 Nov 2011-  6:00 PM at War Memorial Opera House - 301 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102

FWL Night Out at the San Francisco Opera

Future Women Leaders and San Francisco Opera are pleased to invite you to Bizet's Carmen on Tuesday, November 29.
Please join us prior to the performance for a casual no-host networking reception with special guest, Susan McConkey, Chief Information Officer at San Francisco Opera.  We will be meeting from 6:00PM-7:15PM at the North Box Bar, located one flight up from the Lobby level on the north side of the building.

Carmen by Bizet
No one can resist the ultimate femme fatale.  Thrilling, but dangerous, the captivating, capricious Gypsy Carmen is one of the most vivid characters in all of opera, and Kate Aldrich embodies her well as any performer today.  The sultry mezzo-soprano is "an impressive Carmen...who brought her alluring physique and rich, health voice to the touchstone role" (The New York Times).
The classic Jean-Pierre Ponnelle production also features tenor Thiago Arancam, fresh from his success in San Francisco Opera's Cyrano de Bergerac (2010), as Don Jose, the soldier who falls under Carmen's spell.  Paulo Szot, a Tony Award winner for South Pacific adored for his "sultry bedroom eyes and, commanding baritone" (The New York Times), promises to be a breathtaking bullfighter, with Adler Fellow soprano Sara Gartland as Micaela.  Music Director Nicola Luisotti conducts.
We look forward to seeing you at the Opera!

If you have questions, please email Siejen Yin-Stevenson: [address removed].

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