A visually immersive opera recital...
An evening for the arts
FEATURING Erin Alcorn-soprano, Mike McGuirk-filmmaker, Ting Ting Wong-piano.
Erin, Mike, and Ting Ting will explore live music performance through a collaboration of opera and cinema. They will tell a love story using the simplest tools - oral tradition and stock footage, juxtaposing the conventions of what is popular with raw human emotion. In a world of commercialized romance, virtual living, and monetized escapism, Arc explores truth and our understanding of what is real.
6:00 PM | HORS D'OEUVRES, DINNER, LIVE JAZZ
7:00 PM | IMMERSIVE OPERA BEGINS
8:00 PM | MEET THE ARTISTS
DRESS: Cocktail Attire. Ladies, please note that there are many stairs and the venue suggests wearing shoes that you are able to stand in for several hours.
DINNER: Roasted pork, chicken, potatoes, salad, and grilled vegetables.
General Admission: ground floor access, beverages, and dinner.
VIP Admission: In addition to the general admission ticket benefts, VIP ticket holders will have access to the third floor roof deck, additional beverage options, additional food, and couch seating for the performances.
All ticket sales are subject to approval by the venue. Tickets are allocated based off of sponsoring schools, and if those schools do not have access to tickets, the over-registered schools may have some ticket holders refunded.
There will otherwise be no refunds or exchanges allowed. The name on the ticket must match the government-issued ID of the attendee.
The venue is not liable for injury.
If you are a SAS, Engineering, Dental or Wharton MBA, there are discount tickets available. Please contact your G12 school for the discount code. Contact info for each of those schools is
SAS: Hong Zhang & Asminet Ling <[email protected]
Engineering: Christian Tabedzki: [email protected]
Dental: Kristen Leong - "Leong, Kristen" <[email protected]> - sold out
Wharton: Kendal Drake - "Drake, Kendall" <[email protected]>.
RAINDATE: Saturday, October 13, 2018
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