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Wharton Goes to Tosca & Private Reception

Join us for a private reception and talk by Dr. Kip Cranna, Director of Music Administration and San Francisco Opera Medal recipient on the Dress Circle Level followed by the performance of Tosca.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Wharton Club, Penn Club, and San Francisco Opera invite you to Tosca, Puccini's sexually explosive opera thriller on Thursday, October 23rd. We expect a great crowd again as our trip to see Madame Butterfly last month attracted over 40 people. San Francisco Opera is pleased to offer Wharton and Penn alumni a very special 30% off regular ticket prices and a private reception.

Buy Tickets: www.sfopera.com/offers
Enter offer code: WHRTTSC
Prior to the performance, please join Wharton and Penn alumni at 6pm for a no-host reception and private talk by Dr. Kip Cranna, Director of Music Administration and San Francisco Opera Medal recipient.
The reception will have a cash bar and will take place on the Dress Circle level along the north promenade of the Opera House. The Dress Circle level is located 3 flights up from the Lobby level.
TOSCA Puccini

At her thrilling debut at London’s Royal Opera House, Lianna Haroutounian “seemed to pull forth ever-increasing vocal powers until you thought her heart, or yours, would burst” (The Observer, London). Puccini’s sexually explosive thriller depicts a corrupt police chief who sets his sights on a glamorous singer as he plots to destroy her lover, a politically rebellious painter. Riccardo Frizza, who conducts with “spirit and sensitivity” (San Francisco Chronicle), leads an outstanding cast including the brilliant Brian Jagde, “an uncommonly ardent Cavarodossi, nailing his arias with a robust vocalism” (Chicago Tribune) and Mark Delavan, whose portrayal of the evil Scarpia is “a convincingly staged crescendo of terror” (Opera News).

Offer is subject to availability and available through the special offer web page only, not by phone or in person, and expires Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 11:59pm. Offer is valid only for performances listed below and not for tickets previously purchased. This offer does not apply to Balcony Side seats, or to OperaVision or facility fees. Limit 8 tickets per performance. All sales are final; no refunds or exchanges on special offers. A $1 per ticket facility fee is included in the Balcony Rear and Balcony Front section prices; all other sections include a $2 per ticket facility fee. Cast, programs, prices and schedules subject to change. We strongly suggest you order early as performances often sell out. Seating is assigned at the time of purchase and is not reserved in advance for this offer.

Register Online
Date: Thursday, October 23, 2014
Time: 6:00PM
Offer Code: WHRTTSC

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Michael Fernandez, W’91
Michael is the Founder of Quant6, data science and analytics. Michael co-founded and is chairman emeritus of Little Kids Rock, a national nonprofit providing free music lessons to over 150,000 children in over 1600 schools across the US.  He serves on the board of NCIRE, the leading nonprofit medical research institute in the United States devoted to pioneering new medical treatments for Veterans.  Michael holds a B.S.E from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an M.P.A. from Harvard University. Contact Michael

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