Men's Vocal Ensemble Opus Q Performs Songs for A Winter's Night
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All offers for Songs for A Winter's Night have expired.
The last date listed for Songs for A Winter's Night was Wednesday December 21, 2011 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Julia Morgan Theater:
- Full Price:
- $35.00 - $60.00
- Our Price:
- $17.50 - $30.00
Professional prestidigitators from across the globe each entertain with their unique award-winning acts in this this exciting new Vegas-style production. These five specially chosen master magicians are expert showmen and women whose talents include live animal and large-scale illusions, comedy, clairvoyance and more. L.A.'s Christopher Hart is a two-time Magic Castle winner, Dana Daniels has been named Comedy Magician of the Year, and female magician Jade has wowed audiences with illusions influenced by her Chinese heritage. Also set to entertain with their amazing feats are Vegas' Jason Andrews and Reno's Mark Kornhauser. Learn More
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Celebrate the holiday season, Opus Q-style! Join Opus Q for an unforgettable evening of traditional and non-traditional holiday fare at the historic Julia Morgan Center. Music by Morten Lauridsen, G.F. Handel, James Q. Mulholland and Gordon Lightfoot. Featuring a stunning arrangement of the Hebrew folksong, “Bashana Haba’ah,” a set of “Jingle Bells” variations – featuring Opera Frontier’s founding artistic director Gail Simpson as soprano soloist, and many surprises only Opus Q can deliver!
The concert is scheduled to run one hour and 45 minutes, including an intermission, and will be best enjoyed by those ages 5 and older.
About the Ticket Supplier: Opus Q
Opus Q is an auditioned men's vocal ensemble. Born in 2001, Opus Q quickly established itself as one of the most versatile and exciting music groups in the Bay Area. The ensemble performs a wide range of music for men's voices - from Bach to Bernstein...Mozart to Madonna...Classical, Jazz, Pop, Broadway, and everything in between. Founded as a member of the GALA Choruses, Opus Q is open to men of all backgrounds, and has at its core a commitment to diversity - and moreover, a belief that music can affect social change. Opus Q generally sings with 20-24 members (4-5 on a part), and is a part of the thriving Arts & Culture scene in Berkeley.