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Pittsburgh Opera and City of Asylum are partnering together to explore the rich traditions of global operatic music and present an evening of Spanish-language poetry + song.
Pittsburgh Opera’s acclaimed Resident Artists will sing a repertoire of Spanish-language works including Tonadillas (short, satirical musical comedies), folk songs, songs for children, and more. The evening’s music is inspired by the poetry of Federico Garcia Lorca whose poems will be read by City of Asylum writer in residence Jorge Olivera Castillo.
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Please note the in-house restaurant 40 North is closed on Monday and Tuesday evenings.
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