Opera Made Popular

by Press Release | Dec 29, 2005
Opera Made Popular The Atlantic Coast Opera Festival will present Opera Made Popular, a program of arias and stories from well known operas. Members of the company will talk about the music and the story of the operas as they present well known arias. The free program will be held on Thursday, January 26, at 7pm at the Rhorer Memorial Library in Haddon Township.

The Atlantic Coast Opera Festival brought opera to South Jersey last summer. Robert McFarland, who has sung with the Metropolitan opera, is the General Director and Founder of the company. Members of the Atlantic Coast Opera Festival Advisory Board include Beverly Sills and Giorgio Tozzi.

The Rhorer Memorial Library is located on Mac Arthur Boulevard in Haddon Township. Opera Made Popular is presented by the Camden County Cultural & Heritage Commission through support from New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.

Reservations for the free program can be made by contacting the Camden County Cultural & Heritage Commission at 856-858-0040 or at cccandhc@camdencounty.com.

The Cultural & Heritage Commission is a Division of the Camden County Library System. Its programs are presented in conjunction with the Camden County Board of Freeholders.

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