It’s time for Magic City Opera’s third annual Opera in the Park… Downtown Miami’s Bayfront Park, to be exact. The FREE one-night-only performance is at the Tina Hills Pavilion, Thursday, February 28 starting at 6:30 p.m.
Our incredible cast will perform favorites that our audiences have come to love. It will feature pieces from Carmen, The Barber of Seville, South Pacific, The Phantom of the Opera, and more. This year, we’ve brought back fan favorites such as Tenor Martin Nusspaumer and Mezzo Soprano, Shanna Nolan Gundry, and have also found some amazing guest artists Miami is sure to love — Puerto Rican Soprano, Camille Ortiz, and Baritone Paul La Rosa.Rebekah Diaz-Fandrei , Executive Director, Magic City Opera
Magic City Opera, established in 2016, was formed to create experiential events that can entertain and educate South Florida audiences using the creative arts force, opera. Recognizing the social culture that the South Florida community thrives on, Magic City Opera focuses on creating short presentations, bookended with social events. MCO operates on the precept that less is more, limiting our presentations length to 90-minutes or less, allowing time for reflection, discussion, and socialization. We believe that an operatic presentation gives the audience the “High Five” of the creative arts: Music, Drama, Visual Art, Dance, and the Literary Arts. We endeavor to create performances that incorporate as many of the “High Five” as we can in each presentation, giving the audience an experience that will stay with them for a lifetime.http://www.mcopera.org