All the Opera Lovers head to San Diego Civic Theatre for an amazing treat of ‘A Masked Ball’ by Giuseppe Verdi. Inspired by the real-life assassination of King Gustav III after which Anckarström was actually beheaded, A Masked Ball is threatening, dangerous and romantic. The music is also some of the Verdi’s best making this opera very powerful, musical and dramatic!
The show is approximately of three hours with two intermissions. It will be sung in Italian with English translations displayed above the stage. The show will be performed on March 8, 11, 14 & 16. On all other days it will be performed at 7 PM but on Sunday, it will begin at 2 PM.
The tickets are priced from $35 to $225. For more information, visit http://www.sdopera.com/Operas/MaskedBall.
Date: Mar 8-16
All the music lovers rock with Reuben H. Fleet Science Center’s first ever live concert series this Friday! The concerts will be held on selected Fridays of March. The Fleet’s 100+ hands-on exhibits will also be open for exploration, including GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked the World.
Each show will have two performances – a grand opening act and a majestic headliner. This Friday it will be Venice and the special guest will be Michael Tiernan. You can also treat your taste buds with the food by The French Gourmet and get in high spirits with beer, wine and cocktails available at the no-host bar.
The show will begin at 7 PM and will go on till 10 PM. This is an exclusive 21+ event and the venue is standing-room only. The tickets are priced at $25. For more information, visit www.rhfleet.org or call 619-238-1233.
Date: Mar 7