Ciao, Opera Mavens. Audiences & critics agree, Opera San Jose’s current production of Jake Heggie & Gene Scheer’s Moby-Dick is not to be missed. We have seen the first two performances and will return for two more this week…come join us and see why!

The San Francisco Chronicle says “Moby-Dick takes turn toward intimacy in beautiful production”:
https://datebook.sfchronicle.com/music/review-moby-dick-takes-turn-toward-intimacy-in-beautiful-san-jose-production

OperaWire calls it “a vibrant and intellectually engaging production of masterpiece”:
http://operawire.com/opera-san-jose-2018-19-review-moby-dick/

The outstanding cast includes tenor Noah Stewart (Adler 2007) as Greenhorn, baritone Eugene Brancoveanu (Adler 2005-06) as Stubb, and OSJ Resident Artists tenor Mason Gates as Flask and baritone Trevor Neal as Gardiner.

Tickets still available for the four remaining performances (Thu Feb 14 at 8pm, Sun Feb 17 at 3pm, Fri Feb 22 at 8pm, Sun Feb 24 at 3pm – best seating on weeknights) at https://www.operasj.org/tickets/dates-ticket-prices/ or by calling the OSJ Box Office at 408-437-4450 (Mon-Fri 9am-6pm).

Enjoy!