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Sensorata: A Feast of the Senses - October 13

 

What do you get when you mix beautiful paintings, delicious food and glorious music sung by impressive local opera singers? Adriana Cisneros of Art Legacy and Elizabeth Herlitz Cortes, General Manager of Texas Concert Opera Collective, have the answer -SENSORATA: A Feast of the Senses. 

 

Art Legacy and Texas Concert Opera Collective are excited to collaborate on this event as a tribute to the Missions of San Antonio, Texas, on the occasion of the 300 years of foundation of San Antonio. Throughout this event guest will understand how the creation of Missions fostered the mixture traditions and culture in San Antonio, resulting in a rich cultural legacy that can be observed in people, natural landscapes, constructions, names of places, languages, culinary diversity, music and arts in Texas. 

 

“The idea is to have a complete immersion of the senses by seeing beautiful art with these amazing colors, tasting food that melts in your mouth all while sampling some the most beautiful music ever written. I can’t think of any better way to spend and evening!” says Cisneros. “It’s also an incredible value when you consider what you might expect to pay if you choose to enjoy an evening like this a la carte,” Cortes adds.  Guests will enjoy a full three - course dinner from Myron’s Select Menu, curated art and a quartet of local singers featuring, Elizabeth Herlitz Cortes (Soprano), Rick Novak (Tenor), Alisha Bade (Mezzo-Soprano) and Jeremiah Drake (Baritone) accompanied by Dottie Randall. 

 

The Missions of San Antonio, Texas are considered a World Heritage Site and a cultural legacy by UNESCO. The exhibition featuring Mexican artist, Eduardo Rodriguez Calzado’s unique 3D paintings will be curated by Art Legacy in collaboration with Texas Concert opera Collective and Myron’s Prime Steakhouse in New Braunfels, Texas. Art Legacy is dedicated to promoting and supporting the work of first-class artists from across the world. Art Legacy is the home of talented established and emerging artists which make our exhibitions an attraction to people who love art; from aficionados to sophisticated art investors. 

 

Texas Concert Opera Collective is a non-profit organization of 20 professional regional opera singers dedicated to developing audiences of the future by offering free performances to all students between Austin and San Antonio.  The organization is unique in that its members collectively choose the repertoire performed each season and choose the roles that they perform. By partnering with Seguin Independent School District to bring the art form to students on a regular basis, they are also able to bring in established professionals in the industry to work one on one with students in masterclasses as well as offer scholarship and audition opportunities that they would not otherwise have. All proceeds from the event go to fund TCOC’s upcoming production of Amahl and the Night Visitors in December. 

 

“With both of our organizations being so devoted and passionate about developing the arts in the area and supporting local talent, it was a no-brainer collaboration! And we can’t wait to bring this amazing experience to the community!” says Cortes. 

Sensorata will be held on October 13, 2018 at 7pm at Myron’s Prime Steakhouse. Single tickets can be purchased for $150 or $250 for two tickets. Tables of 10 are also available for purchase at $1000 per table. Tickets can be purchased by visiting www.texasconcertoperacollective.com or by calling 225.803.1588 to make your reservations. 

 

 

 

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