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OperaDelaware’s Fall Studio Series will highlight its upcoming season by featuring tenor John Pickle who will sing the roles of Turiddu in Cavalleria rusticana and Canio in Pagliacci, which will be performed in November, and baritone Grant Youngblood, who will sing the leading role in Verdi’s Macbeth in May. Guest artists will also perform and OD’s Music Director Jeffrey Miller will accompany the singers and provide commentary on the program.

Enjoy a glass of wine or beer and escape to the colorful world of opera. These performances are held in the more intimate setting of our Opera Studios on the Riverfront. Both Table Seating at $40 and General Admission seats at $30 are available. To purchase tickets call the box office at The Grand at 1-800-37GRAND. Performances are held at the OperaDelaware Studios, 4 South Poplar Street, Wilmington – one block from the Amtrak train station.

Friday ~ 7:30 pm
Saturday ~ 7:30 pm
Sunday ~ 2:00 pm

Contact: Mary Wilcosky
Email: mwilcosky@operade.org


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