Fundraising Opera for MASIC!

TOSCA in Tanworth in Arden:
The Diva Opera Company: Thursday July 7th 2022
Organised by The MASIC Foundation in partnership with Friends of St Mary Magdalene

 

Tosca by Giacomo Puccini:
Arguably Puccini’s finest work. Tosca is a tragic story of passion, lust and power set in Rome in 1800 at the time of the Napoleonic Wars.
The celebrated opera singer Floria Tosca fights to protect her lover, the painter Cavaradossi who you will see at work in Tanworth Church before he is arrested for aiding an escaped political prisoner. When the chief of Police Scarpia who is in love with Tosca offers to spare Cavaradossi’s life in exchange for her love, Tosca faces an impossible dilemma- surrender to Scarpia or lose her lover.

 

Tickets can be purchased by downloading and completing the booking form in the brochure below, which provides all the essential details for the evening’s event, and emailing back to: keighleycolo@btinternet.com 

 

We hope you will come and support this special event. Any questions to the office 01564 741865 or via email: keighleycolo@btinternet.com.

 

BROCHURE:

>> MASIC Diva Opera Brochure 2022 Tosca  <<

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