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Opera concert offered free

Experience the joy of a performance by five of Canada’s finest emerging opera singers.

The performers – Dominique Côté, Riccardo Iannello, Miriam Khalil, Andrew Love and Sylvia Szadovszki – all have roles in Pacific Opera Victoria’s mainstage production of Carmen and are part of Pacific Opera’s Resident Artist Program.

Principal coach Robert Holliston accompanies on piano and introduces the musical selections.

Pacific Opera is proud to share an enjoyable evening of top notch musical entertainment and informative dialogue with Vancouver Island residents.

Pacific Opera Victoria takes opera beyond the walls of the theatre through a variety of education and outreach programs to enhance the operatic experience and engage audiences and the community in the power of the arts.

The concert is set for Feb. 2, 7 p.m., at the Port Theatre.

The concert is free but tickets must be reserved by calling the theatre at 250-754-8550 or visiting its website at www.porttheatre.com.

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