Opera Camerata of Washington Presents La Bohème

Ambassador of the Kingdom of Belgium H. E. Jan Matthysen and Mrs. Agnes                    Matthysen, Opera Camerata Executive Director Michael Reilly
Mary Bird
Ambassador of the Kingdom of Belgium H. E. Jan Matthysen and Mrs. Agnes Matthysen, Opera Camerata Executive Director Michael Reilly

Ambassador Matthysen acknowledged that turning the embassy residence, “a house built for a family,” into an opera house for 120 guests had been “quite challenging for the musicians and for the house.” The transformation proved a great success on Nov. 16 as Opera Camerata of Washington presented Giacomo Puccini’s beloved La Bohème. Following a cocktail reception and seated dinner, narrator Robin Phillips elegantly set the scene as Russian born soprano Olga Orlovskaya and Mexican tenor Jesús Daniel Hernández pledged their love. Now in its 23rd year, Opera Camerata’s In-School Programs bring opera and classical music into the school systems without charge.

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Dec 8, 2013 at 8:58 AM Anthony

Every Indian state has its personal history after the new year celebrations.
If you had made some mistakes, tell them that you are sorry (just once,
not more than once. It often gets busy and as there
are only about 18 tables it may be advisable to book
the day before.

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Dec 8, 2013 at 8:58 AM Anthony

Every Indian state has its personal history after the new
year celebrations. If you had made some mistakes,
tell them that you are sorry (just once, not
more than once. It often gets busy and as there are only
about 18 tables it may be advisable to book the day before.

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