OperaCréole presents La Fête Créole: Françoise et Tortillard
Friday, May 27, 2022
Doors at 6:30PM | Performance at 7:00PM
General Admission: $25 | Student: $10
Or grab a Jambalaya Pass, and save $20 to catch the whole 3-day festival.
Edmond Dédé is the first African American opera composer. Born in New Orleans as a free man in 1827, he became a conductor, and composer in Paris and Bordeaux, France.
OperaCréole is making sure his work is hidden no more. We will share his comedy sketch, operatic arias, and art songs. Our resident artists will also open the evening with some of your favorite standard operatic arias.
Singers: Tyrone Chambers, Sakinah Davis, Taylor White, Kendrick Roberts, Kenya Jackson, Keturah Heard, Valencia Pleasant, Givonna Joseph, Richard Hobson, Aria Mason
House doors open approximately thirty minutes before advertised show time. Seating by first-come first serve basis. Local Covid-19 regulations at time of performance will apply.