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Opera & Arias: Verdi and More. Under the Tents in Vanier Park on August 26 and September 2  EIN News

UBC's Nancy Hermiston directs and maestro Leslie Dala (Vancouver Opera) leads the musicians, joined by acclaimed guest performer Simone Osborne.

Is crowdfunding the future of opera and ballet? - Financial Times

"As public funding declines, the art forms are waking up to the long-term potential of small giving" (Article by: Laura Cappelle)

Inside the Indoor Beach Opera That’s the Talk of the Venice Biennale - Artsy
"The Lithuanian Pavilion was awarded the prestigious Golden Lion prize on Saturday. But even before that, two-hour-long queues were forming; by Sunday morning, in the rain, rumors put the wait at twice that. The piece, called Sun & Sea (Marina) (2019), was created by a trio of highly creative women: filmmaker and theater director Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė; writer, poet, and playwright Vaiva Grainytė; and artist, musician, and composer Lina Lapelytė." 

"A comparison of price data across entertainment categories throws up a few surprises. Those who claim that a night at the opera is only for the elite should know that attending a top-of-the-range gig is nearly as pricey: an average opera ticket in London costs £81 ($103), compared with a global average of $96 for the 50 most-lucrative music tours. And the Royal Opera House in London boasts that 30% of its seats go for £35 or under – but good luck finding that sort of deal for Bruce Springsteen or Jennifer Lopez."

"The Canadian Opera Company have today announced two new Opera For Toronto events this spring. First launched on February 19, 2019, with Così fan tutte: A Mozart Sample, the program aims to provide free access to opera for people and groups that are new to COC events and programming."