Florida Grand Opera at the Art Deco Museum: Upcoming Events

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Opera on Ocean Drive

Join the Florida Grand Opera for its Songfest music series, with three performances hosted at the Art Deco Museum!

Each SongFest series will feature current or former members of FGO’s Studio Artist Program, giving audiences a chance to discover new repertoire and the artists’ extraordinary talent off the mainstage.

Current Studio members: Stephanie Doche, mezzo-soprano; Michael Miller, bass-baritone; Key’mon Murrah, countertenor; Amanda Sheriff, soprano; Andrew Simpson, bass-baritone.

Events being hosted at the Art Deco Museum may be found below. Please note: social distancing and masks will be required for these indoor concerts of approximately 1 hour.


Wednesday, February 3rd, 7:30pm

Dramatic Journey of a Diva
Studio alumna Sarah Payne, soprano
A concert of high notes, beautiful melodies, and soaring lines from the works of Richard Strauss and Richard Wagner

Link to purchase ticket ($10): click here


Wednesday, February 24th, 7:30pm

Viva Verdi
Studio alumnus Rafael Porto, bass
The music of Giuseppe Verdi, from songs to opera arias! Some of the most recognizable music of the operatic cannon featuring arias from La traviata, Rigoletto, Macbeth, and more

Link to purchase ticket ($10): click here


Songest Key'mon Murrah

Wednesday, March 10th, 7:30pm

The Art of the Countertenor
Studio member Key’mon Murrah, countertenor
Sophisticated and beautiful sacred music to dramatic and virtuosic opera arias, the countertenor voice is a unique male voice whose vocal range is that of a female contralto or mezzo-soprano. This concert will feature centuries worth of music representing the rich history of this voice type, featuring the music of Handel, Bach, and Vivaldi to today’s composers such as Dove, Muhly, and Hagen.

Link to purchase ticket ($10): click here

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