You’re invited to our Autumnal Fundraising Soirée!
On Monday, October 29 we will launch our first fundraising event for Pomegranate, a new opera by composer Kye Marshall and librettist Amanda Hale. We hope you will be able to join us for a cocktail evening of wine and sensuous sounds from the opera featuring our lead singers!
Monday, October 29, 2018
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
153 Spadina Rd
Toronto, ON M5R 2T9
(two blocks north of Bloor St and one block south of Dupont St)
Please RSVP by October 17 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hear new excerpts from the opera!
We will be charmed by the sounds of Rebecca Gray (soprano) and Camille Rogers (mezzo-soprano) who will be playing the roles of Cassia/Cass and Suli/Suzie in the upcoming premiere of Pomegranate. Enjoy this serenade as a thank you for your donation that evening!
How can I become a Patron or a Pomegranate VIP?
As a PATRON or a Pomegranate VIP you will have access to exclusive perks including advanced ticket sales, special behind-the-scenes opportunities and more! Find out the details at our Autumnal Fundraising Soirée on Monday, Oct 29!
If you are unable to attend and would still like to donate, please donate to our GoFundMe campaign here.
Amanda Hale’s latest book launches October 10th!
Amanda Hale, the librettist of Pomegranate, releases her new book ANGELA OF THE STONES tomorrow, October 10th at Queen Books 914 Queen St E, Toronto at 6pm. Refreshments will be served!
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We are here! We are officially launched and on the web!
Please check out our site www.pomegranateopera.com and enjoy more info about our creative team, led by composer Kye Marshall and librettist Amanda Hale, director Michael Mori and conductor Jennifer Tung.
Read up on our stellar cast: soprano Rebecca Gray, mezzo-soprano Camille Rogers, soprano Teiya Kasahara, mezzo-soprano Stephanie Tritchew, and baritone Clarence Frazer.
We are also accepting donations on GoFundMe here! Every bit helps to be able to fully produced this opera in June 2019 at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, the world’s longest-producing queer theatre now in its 40th season.
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