KDFC Night at the Opera - Tuesday, October 22, 8pm

 
Join KDFC's Dianne Nicolini and SF Opera's Kip Cranna for the annual KDFC Night at the Opera with Wagner's The Flying Dutchman on Tuesday, October 22nd! Mingle with fellow KDFC listeners at a private pre-performance reception at McRoskey Mattress Company located at 1687 Market St. (at Gough). Enjoy complimentary hors d'oeuvres from Delessio Market & Bakery and wine from Astrale e Terra Winery of Napa Valley while Dianne Nicolini and SFO's Kip Cranna give you a behind the scenes look at the Opera. 

Tickets for the October 22nd performance and private reception are specially priced just for KDFC listeners! This special package, valued at $290, $205, $156 and $134 (depending on your seating choice), is offered to KDFC listeners for just $130, $90, $65 or $55 (depending on your seating choice)! But hurry, this offer only lasts until Sunday, October 20.


 
To get your tickets now, please click here and enter offer code: "KDFCFD".


 

San Francisco Opera presents Wagner's The Flying Dutchman
Tuesday, October 22
5:30pm Private pre-show reception at McRoskey Mattress Company located at 1687 Market St.
7:15pm Walk to the Opera House
8:00pm The Flying Dutchman begins
    

More about
The Flying Dutchman:

In Wagner's first masterpiece, a ship's captain is condemned to endlessly travel the seas under a curse that can only be broken by a woman's love. This mythic tale of bleak isolation and the promise of salvation will be told through inventive imagery, conveying a distinct sense of the supernatural. The "masterful" Patrick Summers (Houston Chronicle) conducts a cast of outstanding Wagnerians led by Greer Grimsley, who thrilled San Francisco Opera audiences as "a thunderous and dramatically compelling Jokanaan" in 2009's Salome (San Francisco Chronicle), and Petra Maria Schnitzer, who sings with "creamy tone, lyrical grace (a rarity in Wagner) and earthy top notes" (The New York Times). Petrika Ionesco, who brought "a handsome combination of grandeur and expressive intimacy" (San Francisco Chronicle) to Cyrano de Bergerac (2010), directs a production he also designed. Presented in celebration of the Wagner bicentennial year. To learn more, click here.
 

 

Wine generously provided
by Astarle e Terra Winery





Location for private reception generously provided
by McRoskey Mattress Company




Hors d'oeuvres provided
by Delessio Market & Bakery

 

 

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