Eugene Opera brings some healthy competition to the Hult Center with PNW Sings
The sound of humming and tongue trills poured out of the Hult Center dressing rooms on a sunny Sunday afternoon. Twelve finalists for Eugene Opera’s PNW Sings vocal competition spent the early afternoon preparing for their performances in the Silva Concert Hall.
Join us for conversation, dinner, and an evening with Laura Kaminsky and Mark Campbell as we learn about the process of new opera creation and the exciting trajectory of modern opera in the United States. Click here for the sign-up link.
Panel Discussion on Transgender Representation in Media and Art
May 16, 7:00 pm
Join original creative team members, As One artists, and professionals from the social service community in Eugene for a free public panel discussion on May 16, at 7pm in the Knight Library Browsing Room.
The Eugene Opera Academy is open to high school students with an interest in any area of the performing arts. Whether your interest is performance, set design, costuming and makeup, lighting, music, marketing — you can think of the program as an “All Access Pass” to the process of production.
Join the Maestro for an intimate French dinner and musical talk at Marché, featuring a seasonable menu and hosted wine. Tickets $125. More
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 5:30 – 7 PM
FIRST NATIONAL TAPHOUSE
Beer, Brits & Ballads: A Eugene Opera Benefit
Join us for a brew & songs on December 19. $4 from each pint of Kona Hanalei IPA benefits the opera. Meet & hear ditties from HMS Pinafore cast and chorus members. More
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 5:30 PM
EUGENE COUNTRY CLUB
Aria Auction Dinner
Save the Date for December 15 for the Aria Auction Dinner at the Eugene Country Club. Enjoy an evening of operatic favorites by artists featured in HMS Pinafore and bid on your favorite aria or duet. Tickets are $150. More
SATURDAY, DEC. 8, 3:00 PM
DOWNTOWN PUBLIC LIBRARY
Topsy-Turvy, a film by Mike Leigh
In advance of Eugene Opera's New Year's performances of Gilbert & Sullivan's comic masterwork HMS Pinafore, the Downtown Public Library will screen the 1999 Mike Leigh movie Topsy-Turvy. The film depicts a creative partnership in crisis before Gilbert & Sullivan turn everything around. More