Dumfries-based BDS is sponsoring a performance of Opera Bohemia’s Madama Butterfly at Easterbrook Hall. It forms part of the Absolute Classics Summer Festival. The event will take place at 4:00 PM on Sunday 30 July, at Easterbrook Hall.
Opera Bohemia is renowned in Scotland for touring productions of opera classics. Its critically acclaimed interpretation of Puccini’s timeless classic offers a mesmerising experience for all opera enthusiasts and lovers of the arts.
BDS is a world-leading company in the creation and distribution of information on books and home entertainment media. As a company deeply rooted in Dumfries, it is committed to supporting the arts and the positive impact it has on the community.
“We are delighted to sponsor this gala event at Easterbrook Hall, next door to our offices on The Crichton,” said Lesley Whyte, Managing Director of BDS. “The arts play a vital role in enriching our lives, and we are proud to contribute to an event and a festival that showcases exceptional talent and celebrates the beauty of opera. ”
The Easterbrook Hall, with its elegant setting and exceptional acoustics, is the perfect venue to host the Absolute Classics Summer Festival. Now a regular event in the local cultural calendar, the festival offers a lineup of world-class performers and concerts held in a vibrant atmosphere that captivates audiences of all ages.
Madama Butterfly tells a tale of love set against a clash of cultures that leads to tragic consequences. Combined with Puccini’s powerful and emotional score, it is certain to leave a lasting impression and will be a highlight of the Absolute Classics Summer Festival.
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For ticket information and further details about the Absolute Classics Summer Festival, please visit www.absoluteclassics.co.uk.