Dean Adler takes part in a joint workshop put on by Emerald City Opera in collaboration with Horizons Specialized Services and the Yampa Valley Autism Program to provide voice training to people with developmental disabilities. The idea is that singing is a tool adapted for each individual to increase self-awareness and learning and to create a place of safety as well as personal and emotional growth.

Photo by John F. Russell

Dean Adler takes part in a joint workshop put on by Emerald City Opera in collaboration with Horizons Specialized Services and the Yampa Valley Autism Program to provide voice training to people with developmental disabilities. The idea is that singing is a tool adapted for each individual to increase self-awareness and learning and to create a place of safety as well as personal and emotional growth.

Emerald City Opera presents ‘Arias and Ensembles’

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Emerald City Opera presents “Arias and Ensembles” at 7 p.m. March 30 in Library Hall at Bud Werner Memorial Library.

A concert-style experience performed by the Opera Colorado Young Artists, this delightful program features highlights from the operatic and musical theater repertoire. Selections are performed as they would be on stage, but without the use of sets and costumes, which creates an intimate and engaging experience.

Designed to entertain and educate, these performances include background information on each piece. The program ends with a Q&A session, which will give the audience a unique insight into the world of opera and Opera Colorado.

Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students and kids and can be purchased at emeraldcityopera.com or All That, 600 Lincoln Ave.

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Emerald City Opera 1 year, 1 month ago

For some reason the Today posted an archive photo from a vocal workshop last summer alongside this new brief instead of the photo of the Opera Colorado young artists that was submitted.

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