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Opera Guild hosts annual fundraising gala

Photo courtesy of Paul Houghtaling.

Michael Dawson

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On Friday, Oct. 6 from 6:30-7:30 p.m., the University of Alabama Opera Guild will host its fourth annual Opera Gala, BRAVO! An Evening with Our Stars. The event, organized by UA Opera Theater students and directed by Dr. Paul Houghtaling, will entail a multitude of activities and entertainment. There will be a formal dinner, along with auctions and prizes such as a photo safari trip in South Africa, a beach home vacation package, a diamond pendent and over 50 other items for both silent and live auctions. All proceeds go to the UA Opera Theatre’s operations.

Entertainment will feature music from faculty member musicians Susan Fleming, Paul Houghtaling, Lydia Beasley, Tyler Koch and many more.

For additional information about the Gala or the Opera Guild, you can visit the website www.uaoperaguild.org or call 310-2348. Tickets are $100 each.

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