Monday, 15 October 2012

Help needed - free opera ticket for your efforts!

Thi is the fourth production of Madam Butterfly I've seen by WA Opera. I think I'm going to need some help...

If you are interested in helping me gain a fresh perspective please make a comment below and you will go in the draw to win a FREE TICKET to opening night on October 23rd! Your companionship could be just what I need to enjoy the night out.

Don't get me wrong, Madam Butterfly is an amazing opera and Puccini's music gets me every time (mental note must remember to take tissues). But there is only so many times I can sit through the same production (yes it is the Andrew Sinclair production AGAIN) without getting cynical.

The creative team is interesting: incoming artistic director Joseph Colaneri will be conducting, my current fav mezzo Fiona Campbell will sing Suzuki and American soprano Kelly Kaduce stars as Cio Cio San.


Opera News magazine describes Kaduce as having "plangent, amber-toned soprano, glamour girl looks and artless, affecting dramatic style." Her signature role is Mimi (La Boheme) and she has  sung Madam Butterfly with Michigan Opera Theatre, Portland Opera and Boston Lyric Opera among others.

WA Opera shows normally sell out. Make a comment now to go in the draw for your FREE premium reserve ticket. Winner will be chosen by random selection and notified on Saturday 20th October via the blog or by email if you leave an email address.

5 comments:

  1. Must be living under a rock because I haven't seen the other three productions, so it will all be shiny and new for me!

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  2. I love the drama and the music of opera, the best of both worlds. Love to come. aa

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  3. Congratulations Caitlyn!!! You've won a free ticket to Madam Butterfly, Tuesday night 7:30pm at His Majesty's Theatre. I'm looking forward to your company!!!
    Ros

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  4. Thanks to all for your support, its nice to know people are reading the posts and loving classical music! More ticket giveaways to come so stay tuned :-)

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