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Moonlight Romance by St. George Opera Company (Includes Harmons decadent dessert bar and dancing with live music!)

February 10, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

$40

Get Ready for this pre-Valentines day concert that will have you swooning as Operatic Arias and Romantic songs will heat up the night! With a professional cast from several states these opera singers will melt hearts. Finish off the evening with a decadent dessert bar including free beverages and dancing to a live band! Have your cake and eat (or drink) it too!! Bring friends and fall in love with the beauty and soul of Opera!  Philippe C. Hall renown international Opera singer will get your magic love stew bubbling! A Utah native, Philippe has spent the past 20 years living and performing in the EU. Based in Germany, he has appeared in more than 80 different productions in 28 countries! 2,000 performances strong. Some favorite roles and productions of recent years are: Monastotos (Darth Maul) in an incredible “Star Wars” version of Mozarts The Magic Flute, L’innocent in the Russian Opera Boris Gudonov by Mussorgsky, Don Lockwood in Singin in the Rain, and Fellowship in the world premier of the progressive rock opera Everyman. Philippe recently relocated to St. George and is enjoying being close to family. As an international vocal coach he teaches voice to students from St. George to Sweden.  The multi talented Amy Neilson (SGO Director) will perform as well as Candace Washburn, Madison Hurst and on Piano Regina Roper.

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Date:
February 10, 2018
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
$40
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Moonlight Romance by St. George Opera Company (Includes Harmons decadent dessert bar and dancing with live music!)

Get Ready for this pre-Valentines day concert that will have you swooning as Operatic Arias and Romantic songs will heat up the night! With a professional cast from several states these opera singers will melt hearts. Finish off the evening with a decadent dessert bar including free beverages and dancing to a live band! Have your cake and eat (or drink) it too!! Bring friends and fall in love with the beauty and soul of Opera!  Philippe C. Hall renown international Opera singer will get your magic love stew bubbling! A Utah native, Philippe has spent the past 20 years living and performing in the EU. Based in Germany, he has appeared in more than 80 different productions in 28 countries! 2,000 performances strong. Some favorite roles and productions of recent years are: Monastotos (Darth Maul) in an incredible “Star Wars” version of Mozarts The Magic Flute, L’innocent in the Russian Opera Boris Gudonov by Mussorgsky, Don Lockwood in Singin in the Rain, and Fellowship in the world premier of the progressive rock opera Everyman. Philippe recently relocated to St. George and is enjoying being close to family. As an international vocal coach he teaches voice to students from St. George to Sweden.  The multi talented Amy Neilson (SGO Director) will perform as well as Candace Washburn, Madison Hurst and on Piano Regina Roper.

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