Repertory Opera Company's Performance of Aida & Ticket Giveaway [Dedicated]
May 23, 2016
Written By: Megan McClain
Photographed By: Alazzia Gaoay
Opera can be attainable to anyone in the right setting. Get ready to witness a group of talented opera singers who are passionate about the art in a more casual setting.
This type of environment allows anyone to experience the beauty and drama of opera. Luckily, here in the Inland Empire, there is an opera company aiming to provide such an experience.
Repertory Opera Company in Pomona is presenting Aida, its 37th production. The company, which started as a group of passionate individuals coming together to sing in companionship, is performing the opera the next couple of weeks at the First Christian Church in Pomona.
Aida, written by Guiseppi Verdi and sung in Italian, tells the story of an Ethiopian princess enslaved by the Egyptians who falls in love with an Egyptian. Conflict arises when an Egyptian princess, also in love with the man, finds out.
Overall, this is a world-renowned opera perfect for an introduction to the art or for any music lover. Performances are Saturday May 28th and June 4th at 2 p.m., and Wednesday May 25th at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $30 for adults, $10 for students and children.
The First Christian Church, 1751 N. Park Ave., Pomona, CA 91766. Tickets can be purchased online. Performances are held at the First Christian Church, 1751 N. Park Ave., Pomona, CA 91766. For more information, please visit their website repertoryoperacompany.org or call (909)230-4949. Follow the Repertory Opera Company on Facebook to keep up to date with upcoming shows.
Now you can enter for a chance to win a pair of tickets to go see Aida by The Repertory Opera Company! Enter our giveaway, happening now through Thursday, June 2, 2016. ONE winner will be announced on Friday, June 3, 2016. Winners will be notified by email. Winners must respond to our email within 48 hours to redeem their prize. Remember you may enter multiple times with the nifty giveaway widget below. GOOD LUCK!
Full Disclosure: This article is sponsored by Repertory Opera Company, however any opinions expressed are 100% our own.