Drinking Songs from Opera and Musical Theatre
| September 9, 2019
Tri-Cities Opera presents its annual celebration of song,
Opera and Beer in two performances at The Garage, and then Opera and Cocktails at Watermans Distillery, with special guest, mezzo-soprano Jenni Bank. We meet the newest Resident Artists, mezzo-soprano Emily Cottam and baritone Langelihle Mngxati.
Photo credit: Joshua Bernard and Tri-Cities Opera
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