Pop-Up. missed by many

Palm Beach Opera did a 3 day Gig at the much underutilized LWBeach asset. So much happening and unless you follow certain sites or stay tuned, as we come out of our two year enforced stupor .

appreciated guided tour

Saw only once, recognized the opera titles so tried to make sense of what I was looking at, why is it on my feed ?

Discovered this presentation by the PB Opera almost to late. I RsVP and wondered if they would accommodate one person. Got there, I’m the sole person and as I had hoped music familiar welcomed me. I asked to have it much louder.

This Opera I did not know

I returned for Saturday’s limited hours. Got a comprehensive one on one from Gloria a mezzo-soprano, retired from the Metropolitan Opera NY. After performing with them for ten year’s. Now transplanted to Fl. She was wonderful, explained some of the backstage ques. As any production has intricacy that audiences are never aware of. I could relate having watched my favorite La Traviata over 10 times at live performances.

A very heavy morning gown worn by. Violetta In her dying scene
Critical info specific to 100 plus backstage crews and chorus personnel

By WPB artist

Wonderful painting of Dido & Aeneas
by WPB artist Tracy Guiteau

So my tour continued. She allowed me to hear music, info on her

I Phone as I did not have this app. This exhibition was solely from our own WPB Opera Co. From its inception in West Palm Beach.

No fan fare lack of notification
Tomorrow’s post.