The Opera Project

                                                        
The Opera Project is a classical singers’ forum that supports singers in the community by offering performance opportunities for professionals, students, and emerging artists alike. A charitable non-profit organization, The Opera Project raised money during its first season for St. Andrew’s Church, Lambertville, New Jersey, to restore the historic Hook and Hastings organ. During the second year, The Opera Project raised money for Doctors Without Borders. In addition to the regular concerts of its third season, The Opera Project  expanded its horizons with several concerts to benefit local benevolent organizations, including the Briteside Adult Day Center in Flemington, New Jersey.  

2018 Fall Season


THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah
Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into
existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t
here in an earthly presence, her spirrgy and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.
THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON
As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering
our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by
providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing
artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened
and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able
to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally,
it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the
financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after
time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.
The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah

THE OPERA PROJECT: 2018 SPRING SEASON

 

As the 2018 season begins, it’s hard to believe that we are entering our second decade of supporting opera and classical singing by providing performance opportunities for emerging and developing artists. Speaking for the director and board members, we are heartened and gratified in knowing that over the last ten years, we have been able to help the careers of many of our past and present performers. Equally, it has been the selfless efforts of our governing members and the financial support of a few generous local individuals, who time after time saved us from closing our doors. We can’t thank them enough.

The Opera Project is the result of a conversation between Deborah Maher, David Anker and myself, Walt MacNicoll, and was helped into existence by Fred Cushman and Mike Kevane. Although Deborah isn’t here in an earthly presence, her spirit, energy and joy remain.

Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18th with The Winter’s End Concert at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then, on April 14th, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present Songs for St. Thomas, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road, Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295th year of that church’s founding.

Our spring season ends with our annual Memorial Concert at 3:30 PM on May 20th at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.

myself, Walt and was helped into
existence by Fred and Mike spirit, and joy remain.
Our spring concert season opens at 3:30 PM on March 18
th
with
The Winter’s End Concert
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockon, NJ. Then,
on April 14
th
, at 7:30 PM, the Opera Project will present
Songs for St.
Thomas
, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 98 Sky Manor Road,
Pittstown, NJ, celebrating the 295
th
year of that church’s founding.
Our spring season ends with our annual
Memorial Concert
at 3:30 PM
on May 20
th
at the Prallsville Mills in Stockton, NJ.

            For more information, please call 908-268-1264, or visit www.theoperaproject.us.