SANTA FE OPERA GUILD
Guilds of The Santa Fe Opera, Inc.
P. O Box 2371
Santa Fe, NM 87504-2371
(505) 629-1410 or (888) 666-1410, Ext. 100 (Membership) or Ext. 102 (President)
About the Santa Fe Opera Guild
The Santa Fe Opera Guild (SFOG) offers educational and social events throughout the year, providing members with opportunities to volunteer and participate in a number of community outreach programs. For the upcoming season, SFOG is planning several educational and social events and the Guild's Operagram, e-published monthly, keeps members informed about upcoming Guild and Opera events.
Membership Benefits Unique to this Guild
Membership in each Guild chapter offers standard benefits. However, SFOG regularly presents a series of educational programs for members and non-members and believes that Guild membership should provide "value added" benefits, thus giving members access to events or unique behind-the-scenes views of aspects of SFO's activities not otherwise available.
"National Members" of The Santa Fe Opera Guild
If you join as a National Member, you will be able to take advantage of programs offered locally as well as a special summer program for members in this category who come to Santa Fe during the opera season.
Your support of the guild will go directly to The Guilds of The Santa Fe Opera, Inc. (our "umbrella" organization) to directly benefit the Education and Community Programs Department of The Santa Fe Opera.
Upcoming Programs or Events
► May Education Program ◄
Creating An Opera Season at The Santa Fe Opera
presented by Brad Woolbright
photo: Robert Godwin, Courtesy of The Santa Fe Opera
Have you ever wondered about the steps in developing an opera season? Have you ever wondered why a particular opera was chosen? And by whom? Brad Woolbright, The Opera's Director of Artistic Administration, will explain what goes into planning an opera season. What comes first: the operas or the choice of singers? Is there a programming philosophy here in Santa Fe? How and where does he set about finding the singers? And the directors and conductors? With his many years of connections to artists, to agents, and to new talent from all over the world, Brad will answer all your questions.
Wednesday, May 29 at 5:30 p.m.
(please note change of date)
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe
107 West Barcelona, Santa Fe.
Free to members of all Opera Guilds.
Non-members, $10 or join the Guild at the door
from $35 per year.
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To purchase dinner tickets, please go to the Opening Night website
Join our Guild
Guild Executive Board
President: Rose Hume
Contact: President@santafeoperaguild.org (505) 629-1410, Ext. 102
VP-Membership: Trixi Bubemyer
Contact: MembershipVP@santafeoperaguild.org (505) 629-1410, Ext. 100
VP-Education: John Webber
Contact: EducationVP@santafeoperaguild.org (505) 629-1410, Ext. 106
Recording Secretary: Bill Derbyshire
Contact: Recording-Secretary@santafeoperaguild.org (505) 629-1410, Ext. 104
Treasurer: Ian Ritchie
Contact: Treasurer@santafeoperaguild.org (505) 629-1410, Ext. 105