Opera Idaho anounces its 2014-15 season

This past season was one of Opera Idaho’s strongest in its history, thanks to a successful return to the Morrison Center stage with “Carmen,” and some good creative choices. Next season, promises more of the same. Season tickets run $55 to $160. If you buy your season ticket before May 31, you will receive a 20 percent discount on the season extras.

You can find more information and purchase tickets at OperaIdaho.org.

Main Stage Season

Nov. 14 & 16: Verdi’s tragic masterpiece “Rigoletto,” Morrison Center, 2201 Cesar Chavez Lane, Boise.

Feb. 13 & 15, 2015: Tchaikovsky’s moody and tragic “Evgeny Onegin” at the Egyptian Theatre, 700 W. Main St., Boise.

May 8 & 9, 2015: Rossini’s comic masterpiece “The Barber of Seville,” Egyptian Theatre, 700 W. Main St., Boise.

Season Extras

Aug. 15 & 17, 2015: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “The King and I.” Aug. 15 is at the Idaho Botanical Garden, 2355 Penitentiary Road in Boise; Aug. 17 is at Crooked Flats, formerly Woodriver Cellars, 3705 Idaho 16 in Eagle.
Early bird subscriber prices: $32 and $16 general, $28.80 and $14.40 for seniors, $24 and $12 for students and kids 13 and younger. Regular prices: $40 and $20 general, $36 and $18 for seniors, and $30 and $15 for students and kids.

Oct. 24 & 26, 2015: Gluck’s “Orpheus and Euridice,” in collaboration with Ballet Idaho and Boise Baroque Orchestra, at the Egyptian Theatre, 700 W. Main St., Boise. Early bird subscriber prices are $20 general, $16 students and seniors. Regular prices and $25 general and $20 students and seniors.

April 16: “Brundibar,” a children’s opera by Jewish Czech composer Hans Krasa featuring Opera Idaho’s Children’s Chorus, at the Egyptian Theatre, Egyptian Theatre, 700 W. Main St., Boise. It will be performed in honor of Idaho Human Rights Center’s Holocaust Remembrance. Early bird subscriber prices: $32 and $16 general, $28.80 and $14.40 for seniors, $24 and $12 for students and kids 13 and younger. Regular prices: $40 and $20 general, $36 and $18 for seniors, and $30 and $15 for students and kids.

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