Monday, March 4, 2024

Join Opera Atelier for an evening at Versailles

Join Opera Atelier for this intoxicating evening of mouth-watering delights, alluring auctions, and bewitching performances.

 

Wednesday, June 6, 2012 * The Evergreen Brickworks

550 Bayview Avenue, Toronto

Drinks & Hors d’oeuvres 6:00 pm * Dinner 7:30 pm

Featuring Performances by:

Armide stars Colin Ainsworth and Peggy Kriha Dye

The School of Atelier Ballet * Artists of Atelier Ballet

Host: Jeanne Beker

Tiffany & Co Raffle Item * Silent & Live Auction

Black Tie

Click here to Buy your Tickets Now!

Single Tickets $500

For the first time: Under-30 Tickets $250

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For anyone who can’t afford the price tag but still want to attend the event, why not consider volunteering for the evening? “Join Opera Atelier for Mirage: the 2012 Versailles Gala and help support their education, outreach and artist development programs by applying to volunteer as a server, a live auction spotter, or even a wardrobe assistant. This is your chance to rub elbows with Toronto’s elite and get exclusive behind-the-scenes access at the same time!”

Apply now or get more information: email Alexandra Lalonde at alexandra.lalonde@operaatelier.com or call (416) 703-3767 x221.

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