We open our season with three Gala concerts in our main performing locations. These galas are an occasion to meet our Resident Opera Artists in a more intimate and personal setting, who will be featured in our production of Mozart’s Così fan tutte. Tickets available only through Michigan Tech Ticketing Services.
In the intimacy of a private residence, enjoy wine, heavy hors d'oeuvres, and dessert up close and personal with our Resident Opera Artists. A stunning home with views of Lake Superior is the perfect atmosphere to meet our singers, who will present highlights from opera and the American musical theatre repertoire throughout the evening.
Keweenaw Area- Stage of the Rozsa Theatre
The stage of the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts will be filled with tables set for dinner. This unique set up will allow diners an intimate look at the theatre from the performers’ perspective. Throughout the evening our Resident Opera Artists will introduce themselves by presenting highlights from opera and the American musical theatre repertoire. Please join us for this unique and exciting evening! Cash bar.
Dickinson Area- Chippewa Club
We open our season in Dickinson Area at the Chippewa Club in Iron Mountain. The warm and intimate environment has been host to this event for the past 21 years, since the Festival began. Dinner is served, followed by a concert to introduce our Resident Opera Artists, who will sing highlights from opera and the American musical theatre repertoire. Cash bar.
Join us for an inside look at what goes on behind the scenes in order to become a successful opera singer. International opera start, Luretta Bybee, will offer a public master class for our Resident Opera Artists.
Celebrate the setting of A Little Night Music with a traditional 5-course Swedish smörgåsbord. Features a talk on A Little Night Music by Pine Mountain Music Festival's Artistic Director Joshua Major.
Join PMMF Artistic Director Joshua Major and new Executive Director Sandra Lewin for wine, cheese, and sweets reception.