Tulsa Opera LIVE
Conversations with Tobias Picker & Friends
In-Person Event Previewing Puccini & Verdi Play Ball
Saturday, October 9 at Kirk Crossing
7:00pm CDT – Doors open at 6:30pm CDT
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Andrew Potter made his Tulsa Opera debut in 2019 as The King in The Little Prince. His vocal power and precise comic timing have garnered praise across the country. He is playing Simone in Gianni Schicchi and will also return in February to play the role of Pastor Avery in Tobias Picker’s Emmeline.
Tulsa Opera LIVE is going LIVE and in person! And you’re invited to join us Saturday, October 9 at 7:00pm CDT!
A small audience will join Grammy Award-winning Composer and Tulsa Opera Artistic Director Tobias Picker and three of the artists starring in the upcoming opera Puccini & Verdi Play Ball.
Join us in person at Kirk Crossing to hear what’s going on behind-the-scenes with acclaimed soprano Emily Pulley, rising lyric soprano Rachel Blaustein, and larger-than-life bass Andrew Potter.
In addition to sitting down with Grammy Award-winning Composer and Tulsa Opera Artistic Director Tobias Picker, the guest artists will sing a selection of songs and take questions from the virtual audience.
Proof of COVID-19 vaccination and masks will be required.
To save your spot, please fill out the registration form below. The deadline to register is Thursday, October 7.
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