Florida Grand Opera Family Day

January 19, 2019

January 19, 2019

10:00 am To 12:00 pm

10950 SW 211th St.

Free Admission, Ticket Required

Event Description

FGO Family Day is a fun-filled day where opera fans young and old, new to the genre or opera aficionados, can come and explore the world of opera through hands on activities, live performances, interactive experiences, and the thrill of live theater. 

Florida Grand Opera brings all the aspects of opera to life—in front of and behind the curtain.  Our activities have something for everyone: stage make-up, special effects, set design, instruments of the orchestra, and of course singing! To make the experience a memorable one, mini live musical performances highlight the day, and every Family Day concludes with an audience-friendly professional opera performance sure to delight all ages.

Visitors receive an opera passport/autograph book to guide them through the day’s many different activities, as well as a special gift to remind them of their amazing experience!

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