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For Immediate Press Release: July 8th, 2018

FALSTAFF IN CONCERT: OPERA COMEDY WITH A MODERN TWIST!

Press Contacts: Diversita Opera Arts Company

Walteria Caldwell, Executive Director: info@diversitaopera.org
Amy Wilson, Conductor: conductoramywilson@gmail.com

In celebration of our mission to unify people of different backgrounds and cultures, Diversita Opera Arts Company presents the concert version of Giuseppe Verdi’s opera Falstaff on Saturday, July 21st in the Latin Cultural Center in Dallas, Texas at 5:00 pm. With the dynamic baritone and professor at the University of Texas, Dr. Jeffrey Snider as Falstaff, our stellar cast of musicians who have performed in the United States and abroad will present a top notch performance of the comic show. Kathryn Frady will sing the lead role of Alice, and Mason Jarboe will perform the lead role of Ford.

Discount tickets available online at www.diversitaopera.org under the Falstaff tab. (Use Unity code for $10 off). Tickets at the door: Adults: $30.00, College Students: $10.00, High School Students: $5.00, Children 12 & under free. Adults get $10 off at the door for any financial donation to our scholarship fund. Credit/debit cards, cash, and checks are accepted.

We are breaking grounds in opera by having a female conductor (Amy Wilson of Atlanta Philharmonic Orchestra), an African American female Artistic Director (Walteria Caldwell, founder of Diversita Opera Arts Company), a Latino Stage Director (Sergio Garcia), and a female Chorus Master (Nancy Bartke).

Diversita Opera Arts Company is an official 501(c) (3) non profit organization providing music scholarships to deserving students in the area along with performance opportunities. We promote music education and enjoyment to populations that cater to special needs, foster care, and senior living. We also provide a diverse cast of performers through opera/classical music on stage along with artistic shows throughout the US.

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