Hubbard Hall Opera Theater
Building off of the rich tradition of arts in the Cambridge Valley, Hubbard Hall Opera Theater seeks to bring yet another element of culture to an already bustling center.
Rigoletto: $35 general admission / $10 student
Directed by Kirk Jackson,
Conducted by Maria Sensi-Sellner
August 12, pay what you will final open dress: 8pm
August 14, 15 and 20: 8pm
August 22 and 23: 2pm
Old Maid and the Thief : $20 general admission / $5 student
Directed by Julia Mintzer with Musical Director Sara Chiesa on piano and Will Hayes on cello
August 13, pay what you will final open dress: 8pm
August 19, 21 and 22: 8pm
August 15, 16: 2pm
Music from Salem Listening Club by Peter Subers:
Come learn about Verdi’s Rigoletto with live demonstrations by the HHOT singers.
7/26, Sunday: 11am, Hubbard Hall mainstage- Ticketing info.
Italian cultural heritage celebration:
The Slate Valley Museum in Granville, NY hosts a weekend of activities, food and cultural events to celebrate one group of immigrants who worked the quarries at the turn of the century. HHOT will perform pieces from the traditional Italian repertoire with singer and violin.
7/31, Friday: 7pm. Admission: $10. Call 518-642-1417 for reservations.
Cabaret Evening Performance with dinner:
The Mount Anthony Country Club in Bennington, VT hosts a festive evening of food and music featuring three of our mainstage artists.
7/31, Friday: 7pm- reservations required
HHOT takes the highlights of Rigoletto on the road:
8/1, Saturday: 7:30pm at the Martha Sembrich Opera Museum– $30
8/7, Friday: Noon at the Saratoga Springs Public Library– free performance; 1:30pm open masterclass for the conservatory singers by Lawrence Edelson of Opera Saratoga
Post-show discussion for the Old Maid and the Thief: free
Prix Fixe Dinner, 4:30pm: reservations required: 518-677-2495
Pre-show talk for Rigoletto, 7pm: free
Post-show discussion for Rigoletto: free
Prix Fixe Dinner: 5:00pm: reservation required: 518-677-2495
Pre-show discussion for Old Maid and the Thief, 7pm: free
Menu: An array of wood-fired pizzettas (both vegetarian and omnivore), salads, desserts, herbal teas and other beverages all made with fresh local ingredients from our Cambridge Community Garden and regional farms.
Group rate for a performance:
Take 10% off the ticket price per person for parties of 10 or more.
Tickets must be reserved in advance: 518-677-2495
Select a Performance Package:
Either matinee or evening performance, plus dinner: $60
Group rate for performance and dinner (10 or more tickets): $45
Day at the Opera Package:
Matinee performance, Dinner and Evening performance: $85
Group rate for performances and dinner (10 or more tickets): $70
*Housing Host Invitational:
All housing hosts are invited to the dinner and performances on this day at no cost in gratitude for your generous support of our artists over the summer. Thank you and we will be in touch to secure your reservations.
The mission of HHOT is to provide classically trained singers and instrumentalists in New England and upstate New York greater opportunities to create something beautiful close to home, while also giving rural audiences the chance to enjoy an opera without having to spend the night in a city to do so. We also enjoy providing young artists with the chance to perform key roles in a nurturing environment alongside experienced professionals.
Your Very Own Opera Singer! You can help us make this season a success by welcoming one of our cast members into your home. If you feel moved to offer up the best of Cambridge hospitality for any amount of time at all in exchange for this fabulous music festival in your backyard, please contact Alix Jones: email@example.com.