Join the Merola Opera Program for a Merola Plus meet up and the first drink is on us!
We start your St. Patrick’s Day early with a Merola Opera Program meet up at the city’s best Irish bar. Heck…even the first drink is on us!
Merola Plus is the young professionals group that meets up after Merola Opera Program events where you can network and engage with fellow opera and arts fans.
On Sunday, February 23rd at 7 pm at The Plough and the Stars in San Francisco (116 Clement Street), join Merola for a fun evening of networking, opera singers and even the world famous Richard Wagner Ring (Cycle) Toss!
Taking place after the Merola and SF Opera Center Schwabacher Debut Recital (a few blocks away at Temple Emanu-El, 2 Lake Street), join us to meet several of the San Francisco Opera Adler Fellows, take a red carpet photo with our fun opera props and release your inner Viking by playing the Ring (Cycle) Toss to win prizes!
Get on our VIP List and the first drink is on us! Be one of the first 40 folks to register by Friday, February 21st 6 pm and you'll receive your choice of either Widmer Ale or Tecate beer on Merola!
To register for a free drink, send your name to Dan at DMeagher @ SFOpera.com. Once confirmed, you'll receive a drink certificate that you must print out and bring to Merola Plus. Each person must register individually - one drink certificate per email address. Drink registration not accepted by phone or at the door. You must be 21 years or older.
Merola Plus offers San Francisco Bay Area opera and arts lovers numerous social and educational events where you can meet, network and engage with fellow young professionals who have a love for the arts. All events are free and open to the public. For more information, visit the Merola Opera Program here: http://merola.org/calendar
For 56 years, the Merola Opera Program has been recognized as the world’s leading opera training program. Affiliated with the San Francisco Opera's training and performance programs, Merola has served as a proving ground for hundreds of young artists, including Ruth Ann Swenson, Deborah Voigt, Anna Netrebko, Patricia Racette, Thomas Hampson and many others.
For more information, visit the Merola Opera Program here: http://merola.org/calendar