This Month With Opera On Tap San FranciscoJoin us for our May show, Wedding Season Kickoff Party. Our fabulous Artists will be singing pieces from Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro, Cosi fan Tutte, Don Giovanni, Rossini's Cenerentola, Bay Area's own John Adams' Dr. Atomic and more. Sunday May 17th 7pm Rite Spot 2099 Folsom. San Francisco CA.
La Tragédie de Carmen
Join us for our next full production! What better way to spend Valentine’s Day than immersed in the world of opera’s sexiest and most tragic couple. Tickets available here.
Love, passion, betrayal and death: a raw and gut-wrenching adaptation of Bizet’s classic masterpiece, created by Peter Brook, Marius Constant and Jean-Claude Carrière, this 90-minute piece contains all of the drama of the original seen through a radical new lens. Set in the Film Noir style, the opera features four singers and three actors accompanied by chamber orchestra. Sung in French with English supertitles.
Sunday, January 25, 2015
1353 Grant Ave,
San Francisco, CA
How is that 2015 New Years’ Resolution working for you? Are you already sneaking in that guilty pleasure, or are you still looking for the right resolution? Opera on Tap is here to give you the motivation you need! Nothing will make you drop that bad habit quite like witnessing another addict at their worst. Come see our singers as they binge on Bach, Puccini, Lehar, and more Mozart that you can handle!
Our lineup of Addicts include:
Emily Adams, Mezzo soprano
Adina Dorband, Soprano & Co-Managing Diva
Sarah Fletcher, Soprano & Co-Managing Diva
Katie Gerber-Biswas, Soprano
Margaret Gordon, Soprano
Eliana Kissner, Soprano
Chelsea Melamed, Mezzo soprano
Jessie Neilson, Soprano & Co-Managing Diva
Kelly Rubinsohn, Soprano
Jefferson Taylor, Baritone
Jing’er Xu, Pianist
Admission is FREE, but TIPS are applauded!
January 11th, 7pm
The Rite Spot
2099 Folsom St.
San Francisco, CA
Welcome to Opera on Tap San Francisco
OOT SF strives to transform opera from being an elitist and inaccessible art form, to one which can be enjoyed by all audiences, in venues which don’t charge a week’s wages upon entry. These frequent performances in pubs and cafes feature professional opera singers and musicians, often clad in jeans and T-shirts, serenading the thirsty crowds with everything from Mozart to Wagner.