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Musical soiree to benefit Livermore Valley Opera

Enjoy elegant evening of music and tasty treats

Sip champagne and enjoy opera stars in a beautiful private home at an Elegant Music Soiree to raise money for the Livermore Valley Opera.

The musical gathering, at the home of Linda Tinney, will feature local wines, an exceptional buffet of appetizers, and selections from opera and musical theater.

Musicians are soprano Liisa Dávila and bass baritone Kirk Eichelberger, led by Livermore Valley Opera music director Alex Katsman, who will accompany them on the piano.

Livermore Valley Opera just completed its season last month with "The Barber of Seville."

The intimate soiree begins at 5 p.m. April 27. Tickets are $125, and $75 of that is considered a donation. Go to LivermoreValleyOpera.com to purchase tickets; the address will be given with the receipt.

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