Palm Beach Opera presents an evening with Diane Damrau
On Thursday, Feb. 4, the Palm Beach Opera will host its 2016 Gala – An Evening with Diane Damrau at The Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach. The glamorous black-tie event, which begins at 6:30 p.m., will feature cocktails, a three-course dinner, and an intimate concert by the soprano superstar.
Diane Damrau has been referred to as the “leading colatura soprano in the world” and continues to delight her audience with her voice and stage presence. She is a “regular” at some of the most well-known opera companies across the world and a crowd favorite at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City.
Damrau has an extensive list of performances an operatic achievements, and regularly works with renowned conductors such as Sir Colin Davis and Nikolaus Harnoncourt. In addition to her operatic achievements, Damrau has established herself as one of the finest lieder (a type of romantic German song typically for solo voice with piano accompaniment) singers of today. She has performed recitals with pianists such as Helmut Deutsch at venues like Berlin’s Philharmonic.
Undoubtedly, Damrau will wow the attendees of the Palm Beach Opera’s 2016 Gala just as she has stunned audiences all over the world for years.
Though the invitation-only gala is sold out, there are plenty of other way to support the Palm Beach Opera; the Opera’s 2016 calendar is packed with performances, luncheons and children’s shows through the end of March. Additionally, patrons may choose to financially support PBO through acts of individual giving, corporate investment, planned giving through the Legacy Society, or by volunteering.
Whether you choose to support PBO through joining events such as the 2016 Gala or by supporting Opera @ The Waterfront, a free event that shares opera with the community, it is through the generosity of PBO patrons and supporters that the Opera is able to produce and share world-class productions, educational programs and community events.
For more information about the Palm Beach Opera, the 2016 season, or how to get involved, please visit www.pbopera.org.