Second Saturday: What is Opera and how is it produced?
Orlando Public Library, Library Central
Saturday, July 9, 2 p.m.
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UCF Opera's Executive Director, baritone Thomas Potter, will lead a presentation that offers audience members a rare behind-the-scenes look at what an opera is and how it is produced. Joined by UCF Opera's Artistic Director and Musical Coach, Robin Jensen, and UCF Opera's Designer and Costumer, Bobbie Demme-San Filippo, Potter will walk the audience through the process of selecting, designing, building and presenting an opera production. Potter will sing a few opera arias, and work with Jensen to demonstrate how language becomes elevated by music. This presentation is sure to entertain and educate audience members of all ages.
*This special event, brought to you by the Friends of the Orange County Library System, is FREE and everyone is invited.
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