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Subject: Special Event with Composer Ricky Ian Gordon!
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Date:Sun, 12 Nov 2017 21:37:41 -0500

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One night only: Ricky Ian Gordon and friends celebrate Morning Star and On Site Opera

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** Join Ricky Ian Gordon, composer of On Site Opera's next production, Morning Star, for a special, intimate performance within the storied walls of the Tenement Museum

Limited capacity - one night only!

Wednesday, December 6, 2017
The Tenement Museum

Meet Me On The Lower East Side

A Benefit Evening

to support the upcoming production of Morning Star

* Ricky Ian Gordon performing his own compositions in an intimate salon setting
* A private guided tour of the Tenement Museum
* Cocktails and noshes from the vibrant cultural intersection of the Lower East Side

Blythe Gaissert, Andrew Lovato, Jennifer Zetlan and Blake Friedman




Help us bring Morning Star to life! As a donor, you’ll receive a range of VIP benefits including early access to ticket purchases and opportunities for exclusive behind-the-scenes experiences.
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About On Site Opera: Now in its fifth season of producing immersive site-specific opera, On Site Opera has been praised by BBC News as “innovative” and by The New York Times as a “vital” and “visionary company.” On Site Opera has presented Shostakovich at The Bronx Zoo, Gershwin at Harlem’s legendary Cotton Club, Rameau at Madame Tussauds New York and the Lifestyle-Trimco mannequin showroom, Paisiello at Fabbri Mansion, as well as a site-specific workshop of Clarimonde, a new work by Frederic Chaslin and P.H. Fisher. Committed to exploring new technology in opera, On Site Opera implemented the first-ever Google Glass supertitles during its 2014 run of Rameau’s Pygmalion, of which The Verge reported “Few things seem like obvious fits for Google Glass so far, but this is one of them.” On Site Opera, a registered 501(c)(3), is a member of Opera America and the New York Opera Alliance. For more information, please visit: ** (
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