For all of you who attended our February 5th performance of La Traviata, I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did! Please visit our site regularly for upcoming information on our 2012-2013 Season!!
OPERA NEW HAMPSHIRE ANNOUNCES BOARD
FOR 2010-2011 FISCAL YEAR
MANCHESTER, N.H. – Brian Miron, portfolio manager of Fidelity Investments, Merrimack, was voted in as treasurer of Opera New Hampshire.
“Opera, and the Arts in general, plays a very important role in our society, not just through a form of entertainment but by enriching us with of passion, emotion and deeper meaning. OperaNH, in particular, fosters this goal through its almost 50 years of bringing quality opera to our New Hampshire communities. I am privileged to be able to contribute to this organization and their effort in the community. I look forward to serving in my new role as Treasurer, and working with such a high caliber and dedicated Board” stated Brian Miron.
Along with the newly appointed Treasurer is president, Christine Parent, manager in product development for Medical Information Technology Inc. in Westwood, Mass. Other Officers include, Jean Esslinger – 1st vice president, vice president of Legacy Financial Solutions, Inc in Manchester; Laurence R. Weissbrot – 2nd vice president director of Actuarial Research and Underwriting for Northeast Delta Dental in Concord; and Susan Bouchard, secretary, administrative director of the Agnes M. Lindsay Trust, Manchester.
Other members of the board of directors are; Jennifer Parent, a director in the Litigation Department and Chair of Employment Practice Group at the McLane law firm, Manchester; Katrina Kerr; Charlotte Couret, past president; Grace Kruskol of Londonderry; William Carey of Carey Henderson Vocal Studios; Aroline Godbout, book-keeper; Lisa Bonenfant of Franklin Pierce Law School; Judith Feinberg Albright of Nelson Kinder Mosseau and Saturley and Adolphe Bernotas, retired journalist and labor union leader.
Manchester, August 18, 2010 Opera New Hampshire is pleased to announce that Faith A. Wilson has joined the organization as Executive Director, effective immediately.
In her new role, Faith will be responsible for providing operational leadership, assist in overseeing innovative programs and performances, and supporting the growth of Opera New Hampshire’s membership. Reporting to the Board of Directors, Faith will lead Opera New Hampshire into their continued success in their mission to bring to New Hampshire good, professional adult opera at affordable prices and to present free operatic programs to school children.
MANCHESTER, NH – Opera New Hampshire is gearing up for its First Annual “Taste of Opera” Live & Silent Auction Event to be held on Friday, April 16, 2010 at the Palace Theatre in Manchester, NH. Opera New Hampshire is celebrating more than 45 years of professional opera with an evening filled with auction excitement and live entertainment.
THE NASHUA TELEGRAPH
The board of directors of Opera New Hampshire is saddened by the sudden closing of Granite State Opera.
The loss of any performing arts association undercuts the cultural richness of our state, which, in turn, diminishes us all. This is clearly a loss to be mourned.