All-Ages Opera & Broadway Concert Returns to Bayfront Park in March

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Magic City Opera’s second-annual “Opera in the Park” Concert presents beloved Opera & Broadway hits for an all-ages audience.

"Last night’s Opera/Broadway [concert] displayed a wonderful sense of community in downtown we all enjoyed and hope will continue,” said Zelda Zarco after attending the 2017 Opera in the Park performance. “The Magic City Opera singers were very impressive and the performances excellent!”

Bring your picnic baskets and beach chairs, for Miami’s social opera company, Magic City Opera (MCO), is pleased to announce its second installment of “Opera at the Park” on Thursday, March 1, 2018. This one-night-only performance will take place from 6:30-8:30pm at the Tina Hills Pavilion at Bayfront Park in Downtown Miami.

Come in comfortable clothes and feel free to tweet along, for this free and interactive hour-long concert is family-friendly and will feature something for everyone.

Last year’s performance included beloved opera arias from The Barber of Seville and Carmen, to sensational Broadway hits, like those from Les Miserables and West Side Story. Promising not to disappoint, this concert will feature even more beloved cross-genre hits and is sure to feature a familiar favorite or two.

"Last night’s Opera/Broadway [concert] displayed a wonderful sense of community in downtown we all enjoyed and hope will continue,” said Zelda Zarco after attending the 2017 Opera in the Park performance. “The Magic City Opera singers were very impressive and the performances excellent!”

A roster of South Florida finest local artists will perform this delightful program, including singers who have graced the Florida Grand Opera mainstage. In addition, a variety of food trucks and other local vendors will be on-site in Bayfront Park to round-out the concert-going experience.

Tickets for this one-night-only event are free, but a reservation is requested. Ticketing and additional casting information will be announced in February 2018.

For more information on this concert, please visit http://www.mcopera.org/upcoming-events.html call MCO’s Director of Marketing and Creative Services, Brittany Mazzurco Muscato, at 484.636.6729 or email bmmuscato(at)mcopera(dot)org.

About Magic City Opera
Magic City Opera, established in 2016, was formed to create experiential events that can entertain and educate South Florida audiences using the creative arts force, opera. Recognizing the social culture that the South Florida community thrives on, Magic City Opera focuses on creating short presentations, bookended with social events. MCO operates on the precept that less is more, limiting our presentations length to 90-minutes or less, allowing time for reflection, discussion, and socialization. We believe that an operatic presentation gives the audience the “High Five” of the creative arts: Music, Drama, Visual Art, Dance, and the Literary Arts. We endeavor to create performances that incorporate as many of the “High Five” as we can in each presentation, giving the audience an experience that will stay with them for a lifetime.

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