FRIDAY-NOVEMBER 7, 2014 at 7PM
Our 26th Season Gala will take place on Friday, November 7 at Nottingham Ballroom, honoring Mercer County Freeholder Anthony Carabelli.
Catering by Rosa’s Ristorante, dance music by DJ Anthony Bradley, our Bohemian Avenue of Vendors, and our beautiful silent auction. Be a part of an evening to remember!
Join Boheme Opera NJ in celebrating its 26th Anniversary Season as we honor one of the region’s most respected business and economic development advocates, The Honorable Anthony P. Carabelli. He has served 44 combined years of service with the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, City of Trenton Council, and the Mercer County Board of Chosen Freeholders, the latter with which he continues to serve a consecutive tenure that began in 1981.
The theme of Boheme’s Parisian Night focuses on the colorful ambience and charm of the Latin Quarter in Paris, with its attractive art, pottery, silks, jewelry, cafés, sweets and social life. The event will feature an ‘Avenue of Vendors’, a silent auction and fabulous food delights provided by Rosa’s Catering at stations named after the characters of Puccini’s La Boheme, to be performed by Boheme Opera NJ next spring.
Along with a few surprises, special touches will dot the evening, including a new musical format, to feature DJ Anthony Bradley for an eclectic selection of dance music. A special DVD presentation of Boheme’s main stage excerpts will be viewed, along with a brief performance by one of Boheme’s talented artists.
Join Boheme Opera and Honorable Anthony Carabelli for a memorable celebration as we head into the holiday season. Chairing Boheme’s Parisian Night is Joseph Pucciatti, Boheme Opera NJ Artistic Director. Reservations per person are $125 with R.S.V.P. by October 31. For sponsorship, reservations and auction details, call (609) 581-9551 or visit bohemeopera.com. You may also download the following information and forms:
Boheme Opera NJ’s mission remains committed to enlightening, enriching and providing the Central Jersey region with professional and accessible opera theater and outreach activity. This is accomplished by preserving, reinventing and promoting the opera art form and introducing it to new, young and diverse audiences through its artistic efforts, educational programs, community presence, business partnerships and collaborations with other arts organizations.
PO Box 4157 ● Trenton, NJ 08610 ● (609) 581-9551 ● www.bohemeopera.com