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Opera Diva/ Divo Discussion Pass
Opera, who? Opera, YOU!











Join us for lively multi-media presentations on all things opera!
This open conversation series allows participants to consider what makes up the backbone of opera while deconstructing prior stereotypes in a calm environment perfect for beginners to lifetime fanatics!

Broaden your knowledge of opera through a series of multi-media presentations and discussions in WHBPAC’s Gallery/Lounge, every Sunday in October from 2pm to 3pm:

October 2 - A Musical Trip to Italy
Learn about the roots of opera

October 9 - Intoxicating Tunes
Pop the champagne and sing a drinking song!

October 16 -MOMA? (Modern Operas Making Art?)
How opera is making its mark today

October 23 - Renaissance to Rock
Pop culture takes on this classical art form

October 30 -The Finale (Or Is It?)
What's next for opera? With a spooky twist!

All tickets are $12, but purchase the Opera Diva/Divo Discussion Pass for $50 for all five multi-media presentations. Champagne and other beverages will be available for purchase at all events! All ages welcome!

American mezzo-soprano Alexandra Fee (M.Mus., Opera Performance, University of Toronto) is an advocate for community engagement with classical music. Passionate about helping enthusiasts and non-professionals feel more welcome in the classical music world, Alexandra believes her experiences have formed her dedication to celebrate the art form while progressing it for new audiences.

Her recent operatic performances include roles such as Julia Child in Lee Hoiby’s Bon Appétit!, Cherubino in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro, Ottavia in Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea, Mother Marie of the Incarnation in Poulenc’s Dialogues of the Carmelites, Cecilia March in Adamo’s Little Women, and Mrs. McLean in Floyd’s Susannah. Her musical and operetta engagements include performing as Countess Charlotte Malcolm in Sondheim’s A Little Night Music and the title role in Gilbert and Sullivan’s Iolanthe.