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New Rochelle Opera Announces 2019 Season

(New Rochelle, NY) – January 28, 2019 – New Rochelle Opera, celebrating its 34th anniversary, unveils its full season of high quality and affordable concerts and performances for 2019.

·  Operatic Love Fest – Sunday, March 24, The Castle at College of New Rochelle
This concert of romantic pieces popular operas, operettas and Broadway shows will be accompanied by a dessert reception. $40
·  Giuseppe Verdi’s La Traviata – June 20-23, Ursuline Performing Arts Center
Fully staged with orchestra and supertitles, the production will be directed by NRO Artistic Director/Co-Founder Camille Coppola, with orchestra and chorus conducted by Brian Holman. 
$40 general admission, $37 for seniors, $15 for students.

·  It’s De-Lovely! – Sunday, September 15, Christopher Murphy Auditorium, Iona College
A tribute concert to Cole Porter in celebration of the 85th anniversary of Anything Goes!
$28 general admission, $25 seniors, $15 non-Iona students, and free for Iona students & staff.

·  3 Tenors & a Bass – Sunday, November 3, Christopher Murphy Auditorium, Iona College
A concert celebrating the highs and lows of great male voices in opera.
$28 general admission, $25 seniors, $15 non-Iona students, and free for Iona students & staff.

Once again, New Rochelle Opera is offering a season subscription, which allows a flexible selection of offerings at a 15% discount from single ticket prices. Information on the subscription and single ticket purchases are available at www.nropera.org.

New Rochelle Opera Company was formed for the purpose of presenting imaginative and appealing operatic productions to the Westchester community.  It serves to create a deeper understanding and appreciation of live opera, and make it accessible and affordable to a diverse audience.  The company presents the art form in various capacities–fully staged performances, concert, school programs, workshops and demonstrations–engaging aspiring young artists as well as experienced professionals.  www.nropera.org