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Tales of Hoffmann Opera

METOPERA IN HD | THE TALES OF HOFFMANN

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 7pm AT CENTER FOR THE ARTS

                                                                                   
JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING – The Grand Teton Music Festival and Center for the Arts co-present the Met Opera’s HD re-broadcast of The Tales of Hoffmann this Thursday, February 12 at 7pm at Center for the Arts.

The Tales of Hoffmann is three operas in one! Hear stories of three foiled romances in this fantastical production. The role of all three love interests—each an idealized aspect of Hoffmann’s desire—is played by Soprano Hibla Gerzmava. Thomas Hampson portrays the shadowy villains out to ruin Hoffman. The exciting plot, sparkling score and dynamic set will keep you entertained so be sure to getyour tickets soon!

This collaborative presentation of the Met Opera runs from October through March, airing seven productions in all. The last opera broadcast, The Lady of the Lake, closes the season on March 26 at 7pm with a reception hosted by our restaurant partner, Café Genevieve at 6pm.

Tickets for all operas are $20 ($12 for students), and are available through the Center’s box office at 307.733.4900 or JHCenterfortheArts.org.

Operagoers can enjoy a delicious prix fixe meal at Café Genevieve before all Met Operas. Call Café Genevieve today formenu details and to reserve your table. 307-732-1910.

About the Grand Teton Music Festival (GTMF): Founded in 1962 the Grand Teton Music Festival brings musicians from renowned orchestras across the nation to share their talents and passion in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming. During the winter months, GTMF provides community outreach programs and co-presents the Met Opera series.

About Center For the Arts: Center for the Arts is home to the Jackson Hole community’s 525-seat theater and 19 nonprofit art and education organizations in a centralized, state-of-the-art facility. The synergy of resident organizations, the theater and hundreds of visitors bustling through the Center for the Arts each day breeds a high-energy powerhouse for the arts community and the guests visiting Jackson Hole.

For media and interview requests, pleasecontact Susan Scarlata, Director of Marketing, Grand Teton Music Festival: susan@gtmf.org/307.732.9957 or Anne Bradley, Marketing Director, Center forthe Arts: anne@jhcenterforthearts.org/307.734.8956 ext. 27.