Tag: operanation

Here’s just a few events I’m looking forward to starting today and into the next couple weeks. Hope to see you all around?

“The goal of Operanation is to showcase the versatility of opera…as a dynamic art form that continuously seeks to evolve both culturally and socially,” says Alexander Neef, General Director of the Canadian Opera Company (COC). “It shouldn’t just be listened to – it should be experienced.” This mandate clearly sets the stage for A Night of Curiosities, the theme for the COC’s 13th annual mega fundraiser. Held at the Four Seasons Performance center, three stories of the opera house welcomed…

“Queen of the Night” was the theme for the Canadian Opera Company (COC)’s premiere annual bash and it certainly set the stage for a high-octane evening. This colossal event is consistently known for seamlessly integrating music, art, and fashion into an immersive and unique cultural experience for attendees. Inspired by the villainess of Mozart’s opera The Magic Flute, guests were encouraged to embrace their dark seductive side with their sartorial choices. Sleek dresses with hints of leather, lace, and soft…

Yelle performing with the Canadian Opera Company's Ensemble Studio

On Thursday, October 16th, 2014, the illustrious Four Seasons Centre was illuminated for the annual Operanation gala. It’s the signature fundraiser of the Canadian Opera Company, this time with the theme of “Light Up the Night”.

As we mentioned last month, Operanation is one of Toronto’s must-attend events of the year. I was part of the judging process where cocktails were sampled by featured mixologist Dave Mitton of The Harbord Room.

Now in it’s 11th year, the Canadian Opera Company‘s signature fundraising gala, Operanation, is surely going to be a night to remember at the glamorous Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts.

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