Opera Saves: A Heartwarming Story

My colleague Jerry Wade has shared this story with me: ‘Founded in 2005 by opera singer George Kasarjian and a few of his friends, Opera Collective is a rotating group of 30 trained opera voices in New York City. The performers are in different stages of their careers. Some are just starting out, others have spent years in the business, but they all share one goal: Make opera accessible. And when you want to share something with the people of New York City, what better place to do it than the subway? And Monday night, Sept. 21, 2015, in the Union Square station, members of Opera Collective did something amazing without even knowing it at the time.’ Find out exactly what here.

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