Experience Regina Opera’s Free “Make Music NY” Concert
POSTED BY Carissa Chesanek
Summer is almost here. What better way to welcome the official start of the season than by enjoying a free opera here in the city?
On June 21st, Regina Opera will hold it’s free “Make Music NY” Concert at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Schoolyard in Brooklyn (entrance is on 6th Avenue, between 59th and 60th Streets).
The 90-minute outdoor concert will take place from 7 pm- 8:30 pm. Please note, that there is no intermission.
A wide range of operatic and instrumental selections will be performed by Regina Opera’s soloists and instrumentalists, including Lisa Bryce (soprano), Lara Tillotson (mezzo-soprano), Josh LeRose (tenor), Samuel Flores (baritone), Catherine Miller (piano accompanist), Richard Paratley (flutist), and Mikhail Parkhomovsky (violinist).
All attendees will need proof of COVID vaccination, ID, and face mask to attend the concert. If it should rain, the concert will be performed indoors in the auditorium.
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