Glimmerglass Festival


Date/Time
Date(s) - Tuesday, February 9, 2016
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale

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The internationally acclaimed Glimmerglass Festival takes center stage at NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale’s Horvitz Auditorium on Tuesday, February 9 at 7 pm for a one-night opera performance celebrating film, fashion and iconic inspirational women.  The concert is specially curated for the museum’s exhibition Bellissima: Italy and High Fashion 1945 – 1968, with Glimmerglass artists performing musical selections contemporary to the exhibition along with modern musings of Italian divas from an early age as set by composers including Mozart, Puccini and others.  A reception and meet and greet with the artists will take place immediately following the performance.

 

For tickets, please call 954-262-0204 or email moareservations@moafl.org.

 

Seating is limited and advance reservations are strongly suggested. Tickets are $40 general admission; $25 for NSU Art Museum and Glimmerglass members and free for museum members at the Benefactor level and above and Glimmerglass members at the at the National Council and Camerata levels.

 

The internationally-acclaimed Glimmerglass Festival is the second largest producer of opera in New York State, after the Metropolitan Opera. Under the leadership of celebrated stage director Francesca Zambello, the Festival’s eight-week summer season features 40-plus performances of four innovatively-staged productions of opera and classic Broadway in rotating repertory, along with concerts by celebrity guest artists, lounge-style musical showcases, a lecture series with esteemed scholars and an opera produced for and starring youth. The company is also a training ground for future professionals through its Young Artists and Summer Internship Programs. The Festival is located just outside Cooperstown, New York on Otsego Lake, christened Glimmerglass by the 19th century writer James Fennimore Cooper for its shimmering beauty.

 

The performance is made possible with support from Gene Kaufman and Terry Eder-Kaufman.