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La Triviata, a friendly competition challenging operatic knowledge, April 20
2017-03-31

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Are you an opera buff? Prove it! Opera devotees and newcomers alike will come together for La Triviata, a fun night celebrating the history, artistry, humanity and yes—even the crazy—that is the enduring and endearing operatic art form. The Lyric Young Professionals invite you to join us for some friendly competition by showcasing your operatic knowledge ( and maybe learning a thing or two! ). Forte Chicago, the acclaimed female performance team known for their operatic sketches and creative performance style, will emcee our event in their unique and engaging style. Complimentary drinks and hors d'oeuvres provided. Prize winners announced at 9 p.m..

Event details:

Thursday, April 20

6 PM Cocktails and Hors d'oeuvres

7 PM- 9 PM Trivia

The William B. and Catherine Graham Room ( second floor )*

Civic Opera Building

20 North Wacker Drive

*Enter through the office tower entrance ( south elevator bank )

Advance tickets: $35

At the door: $35 ( LYP members )/$40 Non-members

Tickets can be purchased through the calendar link above in the "Upcoming Dates" box.

All sales final. Reservations will be held at the door.

Event website: https://www.lyricopera.org/triviata

Ticket website: https://www.lyricopera.org/ConcertsTickets/SingleTicketChooseSection?perfid=14313

Forte website: http://www.fortechicago.com/

All proceeds from events hosted by Lyric Young Professionals directly support The Patrick G. and Shirley W. Ryan Opera Center at Lyric Opera of Chicago. The Ryan Opera Center prepares emerging singers and apprentice coaches for careers in opera by providing unique, comprehensive training.

About Forte Chicago

Forte Chicago is a company of directors, puppeteers, designers, and classically trained musicians. We are curious about the place of the modern female in the world of classical music and seek to give the female classically trained artist new freedom inside old forms. As we explore the relationship between Improvisation and Opera our mission is to devise and create new work, support and perform existing material by female composers, and bring new and accessible operatic works to audiences. Forte Chicago is also passionate about providing training for female artists and invests time in exploring our boundaries as an ensemble in order to find the particular "forte" of each individual artist.


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