This fun, enthusiastic and talented group of local singers can be found in bars, restaurants, art galleries, outdoor parks, and much more! They are singing the tunes of your favorite operas, musicals, art songs and even jazz standards. They let down their hair and give the audience a taste of what feels like an after hours back stage party. So come join us at our next event in Boston!
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Opera on Tap’s mission is to promote opera as a viable, living and progressive art form by taking it out of the concert halls and putting it into venues where people least expect it. We are passionate about breaking down misconceptions, bringing new people to the art form, and giving power to the performers. We are also committed to building community through the introduction of new audiences to a centuries-old art form.
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Opera on Tap returns to Davis Square with a spirit-fueled introduction into the world of opera. Some of Boston’s most celebrated up and coming artists present an afternoon of music that will melt away your winter blues. From Puccini to the Pearl Fischer’s and plenty of toasting songs, Opera on Tap’s Backroom Burren Series is a family friendly event, and an overwhelming favorite for all ages.
“The vibe is casual, the performers up close—no opera glasses needed.” – Improper Bostonian
247 Elm St. Somerville, MA
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Join the fabulous singers of Opera on Tap Boston as they sing your favorite opera and musical theater favorites that relate to Tinder terrors, Match dot com mayhem and Bumble blowouts. While the stunning, Laura Ethington adds her antidotes about dating and comedy to the evening.
Nathan Rodriguez, baritone
Kathryn McKellar, soprano
Jaime Korkos, mezzo
Laura Ethington, soprano
Fred C. VanNess Jr., tenor
Abby Krawczynska, soprano
Scott Ballantine, baritone
James Myers, piano
Doors open at 6pm and show starts at 7pm. Be sure to buy your tickets ahead of time, we expect this show to sell out!
The theme is Anything Goes, stay tuned for more repertoire and menu details!
Sunday March 25 at 5:30pm
Rachele Schmiege, soprano
Gina Razon, mezzo
Stefan Barner, tenor
Molly Crookedacre, baritone
Chelsea Whitaker, piano