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SEASON

OPERA

IDAHO

PRODUCING OPERA IN IDAHO FOR 51 YEARS!


Consider This Your

Rx for Art

Nothing can change your mood, mind or outlook

like great performance art.

Enjoy the show and remember: We’re here when

you need us.


Leslie

Garrett

Board President

Welcome to the opera!

Our 2023-2024 season opened with

our 3rd annual Opera in the Park

concert in July at the Gene Harris

Bandshell in Julia Davis Park. This

FREE outdoor concert featured

world-class soloists, the Opera Idaho

Chorus and a live orchestra, under the

baton of our principal conductor Andy

Anderson. Over 2,500 Idahoans came

to enjoy two hours of free music.

The first mainstage opera will be

The Marriage of Figaro at The

Egyptian Theatre in October. Stage

director Robert Neu and conductor

Carmine Aufiero, the incredible duo

responsible for making you laugh in

last year’s production of The Barber

of Seville, return to give life to a

hilarious tale of mistaken identities

and romantic entanglements.

Next, in November, will be The Falling

and the Rising; a story of family,

service, and the sacrifices made by

our military forces. This production

will take place at Kane Auditorium

located in the Idaho Air National

Guard base at Gowen Field.

Opera Idaho’s Artistic Advisor and

soprano Cecilia Violetta López returns

to The Morrison Center in February

2024 to give life to one of the two

young lovers from feuding families in

Roméo et Juliette. Principal Conductor

Andy Anderson returns for this opera

based on Shakespeare’s timeless tale.

Closing the season in April is Cruzar

la Cara de la Luna (To Cross the Face

of the Moon), a bilingual mariachi

opera that explores the immigrant

experience. It will open at The

Egyptian Theatre and close at Jewett

Auditorium in Caldwell in hopes

to engage more of our Hispanic

community.

Want to try something different?

Come to an Operatini at the Sapphire

Room or to Opera in the Park next

summer.

I encourage you to meet the new

class of Emerging Artists. You can

read their bios on starting on page 23.

These four singers were chosen from

over 200 applicants for the coveted

positions in our Emerging Artists

Program. Opera Idaho offers them

many singing opportunities to build

their résumés along with coaching,

housing, and a stipend for eight

months. And in return, their work lifts

Opera Idaho!

Consider supporting Opera Idaho with

your time or with housing for visiting

singers. These gifts are an important

part of our business as an opera

company.

We will miss Mark Junkert, our

general director for 15 years, who has

retired and moved to Philadelphia.

But he is helping us through the

interim with some of his time from

afar. As president of the board, I am

working closely with Mark to assure

that things run smoothly while

we continue our executive search.

With a dedicated board, staff, and

supporters, Opera Idaho continues to

be strong and to look forward to many

exciting seasons to come.

While this is our 51st season, we’re

not finished celebrating the 50th!

Many special events are planned for

November culminating on the actual

50th anniversary on November 30th.

So there’s still time for you to join

us in celebrating our history. See the

next page for a letter from one of our

founders, Mrs. Esther Simplot.

There is still time to double the impact

of your support by making a special

gift to Opera Idaho for the 50th,

thanks to a new matching challenge

from long-time supporters Jo-Anne

and Jeff Smith. Just mark your gift

as “for the 50th anniversary” and it

will be matched. What a great way to

carry us into the future!

2023-2024 SEASON

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Esther

Simplot

Opera

Idaho

2023-2024 SEASON

Do you remember when you fell in

love with opera and those magnificent

voices? I do. I was fourteen and doing

the Saturday cleaning of our old

farmhouse with my sister, Marion. We

had a huge standing radio which was

blaring something awful, so I started

turning the dial. I stopped when I

heard “This is the Metropolitan Opera

Company presented by Texaco”.

These gorgeous voices poured out of

the speaker just overwhelming me.

From that Saturday on, at 2:00 p.m.

whenever I was able, there I was

soaking it all in.

Opera Idaho is completing its 50th

Anniversary. Most of you know

this as you have been attending

performances and giving generously

to our programs. Thank you. In 1972

I was newly married and had just

discovered there were opera singers

in Boise. That’s when it began, each

year a struggle but a triumph as well,

as we continued to present beautiful

operas and singers to the public.

Under the direction of Mark Junkert,

the last 15 years has seen tremendous

growth in our presentations and

our fundraisers. He managed to do

something that I had wanted one of

our organizations at the Academy

to accomplish . . . a free concert at

the bandshell in Julia Davis Park. For

three years now, the attendance has

continued to grow. It has developed

many friends who may not be able to

attend our annual performances. One

of my dreams has come true.

After he retired, my husband Jack

would say his job was to envision the

future of his company. Following in his

footsteps, I hope to do the same for

our Academy companies. The dreams

will be BIG dreams because, with the

support we have in Idaho, they could

come true.

Let’s begin our next 50 years with

“Great Expectations.”

The primary mission of Opera Idaho is to

fund and produce opera of the highest

possible professional standard, in Boise

and throughout the State of Idaho, and

to foster wider acceptance, appreciation

and enjoyment of opera and related

art forms in young people and adults of

all social and economic backgrounds,

through diverse educational and outreach

programs.

Opera Idaho Staff

Cecilia Violetta López

Artistic Advisorr

Andy Anderson

Principal Conductor

Carly Oppie

Development Director

Fernando Menéndez

Marketing Director,

Education Manager, &

IT Administrator

Kerri Calverley

Director of Children’s Choruses

Michael Porter

Director of Critical Mass Vocal Artists

Diana Cayler

Production Manager

Curtis Crafton

Artistic Administrator

Krista Arroyo

Administrative Coordinator

Luke Strother

Bookkeeper

Melanie Keller

Orchestra Contractor

Betsi Hodges

Staff Accompanist

Kelly Kaye

Chorus Master

Jeffrey Seppala

Teaching Artist

Jonathan Collins

Staff Photographer

Opera Idaho

513 S 8th Street, Boise

(208) 345-3531

www.operaidaho.org

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Donors

Contributions to the General Fund received July 1, 2022 - June 30, 3023,

includes all special events and contributions to the 50th anniversary campaign.

Dress Circle- $10,000+

Leslie & Marshall Garrett

Marilyn Hickman & Doug

Zimmerman

Effie & Ray Kaufman

Carol MacGregor, PhD

Lynne & John Mattison

Susan May & Andy Owczarek

Phillip and Melinda Sander

Evelyn Schlosser

Esther Simplot

President’s Circle $5,000-$9,999

Melissa Dodworth

Claire Fenton and James

Fullinwider

Rebecca & David Jauquet

Vicki Kreimeyer

Mary & Boyd Leavitt

Amy & Stan Leopard

Caroline Morris

Gizella O’Neil

Jo-Anne & Jeff Smith

Janice & Michael Tancredi

Director’s Circle $2,500-$4,999

Christine & Bill Avey

Susie & A.J. Balukoff

Elaine Crawford

Anne & Bob Hay

Jerns Family

Betty Kahle

Vicke & Walt Lee

Anabel M.M. Lopez

Linda & Lee Miller

Betty Munis & David New

Carol Nie

Patty & Bob Rietveld

Victoria Sunderland

LifeBlood $1,000-$2,499

Mary Abercrombie

Mickey & Bob Angell

Melissa & Keith Bagwell

Eileen Barber

Lacy Benedetto-Hahn & Dean Hahn

Phoebe & Fred Boelter

Michaela Bozdog & Steve Mills

Laurie & Allan Britten

Marty Brookman

Jena Carpenter & Alexander Klatt

Merri & Willis Carr

Mary Beth & Rex Chandler

Susan & Claude Connelly

Mary Cook

Kellie Cosho

Carol Deasy

Sandra Evans

Carole Gibson

Jacqueline Groves

Kay Hardy & Gregory Kaslo

Bonnie & Norman Hollenbeck

Cathy Ingle & Mark Junkert

J. Lamont & Vicki Keen

Martha Lane & Doug Peterson

Dr. Mary Langenfeld

Larry Leasure & Dawn Snapp-

Leasure

Yvonne McCoy & Garry Wenske

Ellen McKinney

Pamela McNamara

Karen & Chris Meyer

Claudia Parcells

Rob & MaryAnn Perez

Wanda & William Previty

Alyce Rosenheim

Peggy Ann Rupp, MD

Laura Simic

Mary & Charles Slaughter

Karen & Greg Strimple

Pam & Brian Thomas

Annie & Michael Treinen

Janny & George Wing

Janell Zuckerman & Scott Pfister

Sustainer $500-$999

Jacqueline Agenbroad

Galen Barnes

Beverly Boas

Sharon Christoph

Ilona Copeland

Leslie & Bill Drake

Bae Emilson

Elaine & Frank Lee

Carla & Jeff Fromm

Lee Gientke

Margaret & Willy Gorrissen

Jyl Hoyt & Robert Vestal

Board of Directors

As of October, 2023

Leslie Garrett

President

Victoria Sunderland

Vice-President

Lee Gientke

Treasurer

Christine Avey

Secretary

Melissa Bagwell

Dean Hawn

Rebecca Jauquet

Alexander Klatt

Betty Munis

Gizella O’Neil

Jed Reese

Adrian San Miguel

Laura C. Simic

Chuck Slaughter

Jonathan Yoshizaki

Janell Zuckerman

Effie Kaufman

Emeritus

Esther Simplot

Emeritus

Doug Zimmerman

Emeritus

Advisory Council

Phoebe Boelter

Laura DeLaney

Bill Drake

Kay Hardy

Christopher Huntley

Larry Leasure

Carol MacGregor, Ph.D.

Rob Perez

Dan Popkey

Jeffrey L. Smith

2023-2024 SEASON

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WHERE

EVENTS

FLOW

PROUD SPONSORS OF

OPERA IDAHO


Robert James

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Bonnie & Justin Wilkerson

Jenny & Russell Wolff

Jonathan & Bonnie Yoshizaki

Supporter $250-$499

Trudy & Don Anderson

Rose-Marie & Max Bearden

Janet & Joseph Bejsovec

Karl Boelter

Ben Cortes

Laura & Bruce Delaney

Victoria & Robert Dell

The Pottenger Family Foundation

Leslie Homer

Sharon Hubler

Dorene Kahl & Don Zancanella

Linda & Ron Kerr

Kevin Kirtley

Bonnie Krupp

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Sue & Robert Carlberg

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Teresa Focarile & James Patrick

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Janet Gallimore & Bill Barron

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Jessica & Curtis Hagan

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Lee & Joan Lindquist

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Judith & Steve Madden

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Sharon & George Moses

Christian Negre

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Carly & Troy Oppie

Susan Pahlas

Jennifer & Ricardo Palagi

Erin Paradis

Helen Percy

Betsy Pursley

Jed Reese

Jodi Reynolds & Ron Reinhart

Bonnie and Robert Salewski

Joe Schnerr & Melanie Krause

Judie & Robert Schwartz

Lawrence & Meriam Shaw

Janet & Kenneth Sherman

Clay Smith

Kathleen Sutherland & Phillippe

Masser

Judith & Frank Taylor

Richard Thomas

Carolyn Thornton

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Robyn Watson & Milind Furia

Anita Weissberg

Alec Williams

Gisela Zechmeister & Michael

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Barbara Martin-Sparrow &

Roger Sparrow

Brandon Rosenkoetter

Celinda Manweller

Cynthia Jenkins

Ed Bracht

Gabrielle Applequist

Gracie Thompson

Heather & Kristopher Springsteed

Hollis Welsh & Nick Garcia

Jeanette Quist

Kat Floyd

Katharine Tibbitts

Kathy Winslow

Linda Worden

Lynne Lamprecht

Marilyn & Bob Smith

Matthew Young

Michelle & Bryan Bumgarner

Molly Haarhoff

Monica Steiner

Sandra Augsburger

Siegfried Klatt

Susan & Deskin Waters

Susan & Michael Philley

Teresa & Donald Andrews

Teresa Burns

Thomas Booth & Robin Lorentzen

Virginia Gillerman & Alan Dornfest

In-Kind Contributions

3100 Cellars

Anthony’s

Krista & Ben Arroyo

Christine & Bill Avey

John Baker

Ballet Idaho

Leah Barrus

Block 22, LLC

Bodovino

Boise Art Museum

Boise Contemporary Theater

Boise Phil

Sue Bolen

Bonefish Grill

Brick 29

Rex & Marybeth Chandler

Cinder Wines

Clothesline Cleaners

Coiled Wines

Elaine Crawford

Discovery Center of Idaho

Edge Brewing Co.

Edwards Greenhouse

Emmeli’s Cakes

Claire Fenton

Carla & Jeff Fromm

Leslie and Marshall Garrett

Lee Gientke

Kay Hardy & Gregory Kaslo

Idaho Shakespeare Festival

Idaho Steelheads

Idaho Wine Merchant

J. Oates Portrait Design

Vicke & Walter Lee

Lynne & John Mattison

Bel Canto

Legacy Society

Bel Canto Society members have

included Opera Idaho in their estate

plans, ensuring Idaho can continue to

experience the beauty of opera long into

the future. Planned giving is simple. There

is no minimum commitment, and your gift

will live on benefiting future generations.

Members:

Sue & Stan Fornander

Leslie & Marshall Garrett

Vicki Kreimeyer

Esther Simplot via The Pauline Becker

and Dorothy Simplot Memorial

Endowment Fund

For more information on Bel Canto Legacy

Society, contact Development Director

Carly Oppie at (208) 345-3531 ext. 4.

2023-2024 SEASON

GAIN

PROGRESS

GAIN

GROUND

Penske is committed to helping the

communities where we live and work

move ahead. We’re proud to support

Opera Idaho and its contributions to

the arts for 50 years.



Morrison Center Foundation

Nosh Boise

Gizella O’Neil

Par Terre Winery

Zoe Pettitt

Potter Wines

Rolling Hills Vineyard

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse

Shore Lodge & Whitetail Golf

Lori Short

Laura C. Simic

Esther Simplot

Split Rail Wines

Stillwater Float Center

Victoria Sunderland

Telaya Wine Co.

Pam & Brian Thomas

Wellness in Motion, LLC

Janny & George Wing

Gifts in Memory of

Bernadette & Dan Bonaminio

Melissa Dodworth

Dan Bonaminio

Leslie & Marshall Garrett

Hope Evett

Kellie Cosho

Susan & Michael Philley

Betty Garrett

Howard & Priscilla Iba

Don Hendrickson

Leslie & Marshall Garrett

Kay Hardy & Gregory Kaslo

Elaine Hyde

Leslie & Marshall Garrett

Gifts in Honor of

Melanie Keller

Alfred Schattschneider

Cecilia Violetta López

Yvonne McCoy & Garry Wenske

Susan May & Andy Owczarek

Mary Ottoson

The Pottenger Family Foundation

Doris Panzer

Teresa & Donald Andrews

Esther Simplot

John William Jackson Fund in the

Idaho Community Foundation

Jennifer Wilhelmi

Robert James

50th anniversary

champions

The following donors generously

supported Opera Idaho’s 50th

anniversary with a one-time gift over

$500 between January of 2023 and

August 30, 2023. We hope to exceed

our new goal of $200,000 by our 50th

birthday on November 30, 2023. Our

increase is with thanks to Jo-Anne and

Jeffrey Smith, who have generously

committed to matching gifts up to

$25,000 for contributions between

August 2023 and November 30, 2023.

Anonymous*

Jena Carpenter & Alexander Klatt

Shelley Smith Eichmann & David

Eichmann

Claire Fenton & James Fullinwider

Susan & Stanley Fornander

Marshall & Leslie Garrett

Lee Gientke & Jaclyn Gonzalez

Stapp

Effie & Ray Kaufman

Vicki Kreimeyer

Mary & Boyd Leavitt

Vicke & Walter Lee

Carol L. MacGregor, PhD

Richard Poplack

Robert & Patty Rietveld

Jo-Anne & Jeffrey L. Smith**

Pam & Brian Thomas

* $50,000 matched for gifts received

in support of the 50th anniversary

between January 2023 and July 8,

2023.

** $25,000 matched for gifts received

in support of the 50th anniversary

between August 2023 and

November 30, 2023.

2023-2024 SEASON

Eileen Schindler

Kristen Jacobs

Pat Wilcomb

Leslie & Marshall Garrett

Nancy Jordan

Jodi Reynolds & Ron Reinhart

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Corporate Contributions

Amazon Smile

Boise Group Real Estate

Facebook

Kiwanis Club of Capital City

Kroger

Paypal Giving Fund

Semiconductor Components

Industries, Inc.

UBS Financial Services

US Bank

Foundations & Grants

F.M., Anne G., and Beverly

Bistline Advised Foundation

in the Idaho Community

Foundation

Boise City Department of Arts &

History

Gladys E. Langroise Advised Fund

in the Idaho Community

Foundation

Idaho Commission on the Arts

Idaho Statesman

Idaho Women’s Charitable

Foundation

Julius C. Jeker Foundation

Laura Moore Cunningham

Foundation

Morrison Center Endowment

Foundation

Opera Idaho Endowment Fund

Opera Idaho Foundation

Sarah Maas Fund in the Idaho

Community Foundation

Corporate Sponsorships

BestBath

Boise State Public Radio

Cinder

Clothesline Cleaners

D.A. Davidson & Co.

Dalton Bahney Treinen & Powers

Wealth Management Group

Edwards Greenhouse

Hawley Troxell

Hotel 43

Idaho Central Credit Union

Idaho Statesman

Italian American Club of Boise

KTVB Channel 7

Lyle Pearson

Radio Boise

Simplot Co.

Zions Bank

Contributions to Opera Idaho

Endowment

Kay Hardy & Gregory Kaslo

Carol MacGregor, Ph.D.

50 Years: In Honor

of Mark Junkert

The following donors supported the

50th anniversary campaign with a gift in

honor of General Director Mark Junkert,

who retired on July 8, 2023. Mark served

Opera Idaho beginning in 2008. He and

his partner Cathy are now enjoying

retirement on the east coast.

Christine & Bill Avey

Elaine Crawford

Stephanie & Kris Derentz

Geoffrey & Diana Friedley

Leslie & Marshall Garrett

Lee Gientke

Dean Hahn & Lacy Benedetto-Hahn

Sharon Hubler

Rebecca & David Jauquet

Alexander Klatt & Jena Carpenter

Vicki Kreimeyer

Barbara Martin-Sparrow & Roger

Sparrow

Lynne & John Mattison

Betty Munis & David New

Carol Nie

Marni Odermann

Gizella O’Neil

Jed Reese

Adrian San Miguel

Laura C. Simic

Chuck & Mary Slaughter

Victoria Sunderland

Pam & Brian Thomas

Jonathan & Bonnie Yoshizaki

Janell Zuckerman & Scott Pfister

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The home of Opera in Boise

congratulates opera idaho

50th anniversary

Celebrating 50 Years of Support

Earl M. and LaVane Hardy, parents

and Kay Hardy and Gregory Kaslo

Background Photo by Attorney Sluice on Unsplash.com


Fundraisers

2023-2024 SEASON

Auction of Arias

Each fall, prior to our first mainstage

production of the season, opera

lovers participate in lively bidding

for their favorite arias or musical

theatre pieces at Auction of Arias.

This Season, after a delicious dinner,

supporters raised their paddles in

support of Opera Idaho, sat back,

sipped a little wine, and enjoyed a

wonderful concert featuring the cast

of The Marriage of Figaro.

Friday, September 29, 2023

Location: The Arid Club

1137 W River St, Boise

Time: 5:30pm – Full Event

7:30pm – Wine and Arias

Attire:

Cost:

Cocktail

$200 per person – Full Event

$75 per person – Wine

and Arias only

Black and White Gala

The largest and most popular of our

fundraiser is the mid-winter Black

and White Gala. This event is a great

opportunity to rub elbows with some

of Boise’s greatest fans of opera while

enjoying delectable wines, a delicious

three-course meal, beautiful singing,

and dancing to your heart’s content

with live music.

Saturday, February 3, 2024 • 6:00 pm

Location: The Grand Ballroom

in the Grove Hotel

245 S Capitol Blvd, Boise

Cost: $200 per person

Attire: Formal

In Good Taste

Our last fundraiser of the season

takes place just as spring turns into

summer. In Good Taste celebrates

the finer things in life: gourmet food,

refined wine, and sublime singing.

This event is hosted and sponsored by

Cinder Wines and features a threecourse

dinner, Cinder Wines, a dessert

auction, and a performance of a miniopera.

June 2023, exact date & time TBA

Location: Cinder Wines

107 E 44th St, Garden City

Cost: $200 per person

Sponsored by

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Season Sponsors

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Resident Company

The Resident Company is the pool of local, Boise-area singers from which

artists & vocalists are chosen for choruses, comprimario and cover roles for

our main stage and other productions. The Resident Company also includes

current members of Critical Mass Vocal Artists.

Jennifer Turner

Kaitlyn Walton

Lindsay Whittig

Amy Wickstrom

2023-2024 SEASON

Sopranos

Victoria Arriero

Krista Arroyo

Debbie Baerlocher

Melissa Bagwell

Jerusha Baker

Heather Ballantyne

Liz Batey

Kathleen Beynun

Jordan Bowman

Lizzy Brennan

Lauren Caesar

Carley Ann Campbell

Caitlin Carlberg

Jena Carpenter

Merri Carr

Jessica Carroll

Serena Clark

Megan Croft

Anne Dickau

Kristen Dittman

Shelby DeBoard-Ulrich

Stephanie Derentz

Kylie Evans

Kayla Downs

Amanda Gardner-Porter

Rachael Nolana Griffith

Lara Hamilton

Katie Hansen

Katia Hayati

Kyla Heller

Dena Holland

Maxine James

Hana Jung

Sarah Kelly

Taryn Koch

Kylie Kohl

Vicki Kreimeyer

Alyse M. Krieger

Sharon Lucas

Leslie Mauldin

Emmanuella Mazile

Gwendolyn Miller

Michiko Miller

Sarah Muller

Rebecca Myers

Cherylanne North

Kristine Nunes

Leanne Oien

Rebecca Pearce

Jessica Perez

Katalin Andra Plummer

Jennifer Price

Heather Ray

Christie Rode

Laura Rushing-Raynes

Bonnie Salewski

Alana Seacord

Rebecca Schneider

Elizabeth Simmons

Aviana Smith

Sarah Smith

Angela Sprague

BrieAnne Welch

Mariah Wilcox

Janell Zuckerman

Mezzo-sopranos

Aubrey Balfour

Krista Blaine

Veronica Blake

Ainsley Boan

Shelby Ann Boice

Jessica Butler

Tiffany Calás

Val Cangie

Erin Case

Diana Cayler

Jillian Denham

Michele Detwiler

Leigh Falconer

Anthea Fisher

Suzanne Hansen

Chris Hatch

Lisa Hecht

Kristen Jackson

Kelly Kaye

Kim Keys

Hannah Lee

Vicke Lee

Anne Leinonen

Madison Lyman

Ruth Manthey-Wray

Angela Tracy Miller

Kelly Moylan

Leta Harris Neustaedter

Deanna Pond

Laura Schneider

Naomi Spinelli

Savannah Stame

Elizabeth Straker

Corrina Steinbach

Tenors

Anthony Ames

Lincoln Bollschweiler

David Burton

David Czerepinski

Grant Drees

Stuart Gagnon

Raydel Perez Gonzalez

Zachary Greatting

John Hamilton

Alexander Hill

Jonathan Hill

Justin Holland

Jim Jirak

Tim Judy

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Marcus Lawrence

Alexander Lundquist

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Michael Kohntopp

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2023-2024 SEASON

Opera Idaho established its Young

Artists program in the 2017-2018

season. In 2020, the program was

renamed to Emerging Artists. The

program is designed to provide

training and performance experience

for talented singers at the beginning

of their professional careers.

From September 2023 through April

2024, the Emerging Artists will be

placed in a nurturing environment,

treated as professionals, and provided

with compensation and a comfortable

place to live. They will also tour the

Treasure Valley and surrounding

areas with an abridged version of

The Pirates of Penzance, introducing

students in grades K through 6 to

opera. In addition, they will fill smaller

roles in our mainstage operas, serve

as understudies for the lead roles, and

participate in smaller performances

throughout the season.

Meet the 2023-24

Emerging Artists

Nini Marchese

An Illinois native, soprano

Nini Marchese attended

the University of Illinois Urbana-

Champaign for her Bachelor of

Music degree. She recently earned

both a Master of Music degree and

a Graduate Artist Certificate from

the University of North Texas. She

received 1st place in the Soirée Lyrique

Vocal Competition, was winner of

the Thomas J. Smith Scholarship

Competition, and a national finalist

at the New York Lyric Opera Theatre

Competition.

In the 2022/23 season, she appeared

as Adina in The Elixir of Love (The

Dallas Opera – Touring Opera),

Aldimira in Cavalli’s Erismena (Amherst

Early Music Festival) and as the

soprano soloist in J.S. Bach’s Christmas

Oratorio (Taylor Festival Choir). She

received an Encouragement Award

from the Audrey Rooney Vocal

Competition, and performed as a 2023

Vocal Fellow at Spoleto Festival USA

and Young Artist at Confidencen Opera

and Music Festival in Sweden.

In 2021 she premiered the role of The

Computer in Shara Nova’s new opera,

Infinite Movement. Prior engagements

include Adina in L’elisir d’amore,

Königen der Nacht in Die Zauberflöte,

the title role in Lucia di Lamermoor,

Valentina Scarcella in Later the Same

Evening, Belinda in Dido and Aeneas,

Despina in Così fan tutte, Lisette in

La Rondine, Almirena in Rinaldo, and

the title role in Rameau’s Zéphyre

with Utah Festival Opera & Musical

Theatre, Music on Site, Uiversity of

North Texas Opera Theatre, Chicago

Summer Opera, and Concerto Urbano

Baroque Ensemble, among others.

In concert, Nini has performed

as a soloist in Johannes-Passion,

Magnificat, BWV 150, BWV 96, and

BWV 80 by J.S. Bach. Nini is also an

avid promoter of modern repertoire,

having recently performed György

Ligeti’s Aventures.

Karen Kelley

Originally from Jefferson

city, MO, mezzo-soprano

Karen Kelley received a Master of

Music in Opera Performance from

Arizona State University. Last season,

Karen took part in Opera Steamboat’s

pilot Resident Artist program in which

she performed the role of the Queen

in Lori Laitman’s Three Feathers. In

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on their career. Your financial

contribution will enable Opera Idaho

to provide essential support, including

housing, transportation assistance,

health insurance, professional vocal

coaching, financial compensation, and

performance opportunities to help them

strengthen their credentials.

A sponsorship of $2,500 towards the

Emerging Artist Program will not only

assist these talented individuals but also

connect your name with the Emerging

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the 2024-2025 SEASON, and you will

receive recognition at performances and

events. As a sponsor, you’ll be invited to

a special meet & greet reception with

the Emerging Artists and enjoy a private

30-minute performance by your chosen

Emerging Artist either in your home or

at a location of your preference.

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sponsor? Please get in touch with our

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can help shape the future of these

promising artists.

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addition, she was a featured soloist

with Chandler Opera Company in

their inaugural Welcome to the Opera

concert. At the beginning of this

season, she debuted as an Apprentice

Artist with Sarasota Opera, performing

the role of La Madre in Puccini’s

Madama Butterfly. This summer, Karen

sang as a debut Apprentice Artist with

the Santa Fe Opera.

Camron Gray

Tenor Camron Gray made

his artistic debut in 2023

at the Colour of Music Festival 2023

in Charleston, SC, delivering a vocal

recital featuring selections in Catalan,

Italian, and American art songs. As

a Young Artists at The Glimmerglass

Festival in 2019, Camron originated

the role of “Police Buddy #1” for the

world premiere of Blue, a role he

has reprised at Washington National

Opera, Seattle Opera, and Detroit

Opera.

In 2023 he performed in Carlisle

Floyd’s Susannah, Puccini’s Tosca, and

Treemonisha with Opera Theatre of

Saint Louis. During the summer of

2022, he participated in the American

Institute of Musical Studies program in

Graz, Austria, where he was a semifinalist

in the Meistersinger Vocal

Competition 2022. In 2020, just before

the outbreak of COVID-19, Camron

sang with Opera Naples (Florida)

as a Resident Artist in a double bill

performance of Scalia/Ginsburg

(Wang) and Trial by Jury (Gilbert &

Sullivan).

Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of

Arts in Spanish from Tennessee Tech

University in 2014.

Grant Jackson

Baritone Grant Jackson

holds a bachelor’s degree in

vocal performance from the University

of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of

Music, and a master’s degree in vocal

performance from Rice University’s

Shepherd School of Music.

In the 2023 season, Grant made his

company debut with the prestigious

Glimmerglass Festival in Cooperstown,

NY, singing the role of Milo Carter in

the world premiere of The Rip Van

Winkles, a new youth opera from Ben

Morris and Laura Fuentes, as well

as covering the role of Schaunard

in Puccini’s La Bohème. He has also

appeared with Bach Society Houston,

Collegium Cincinnati, Harmonia

Stellarum (Houston) the VocalArts

Ensemble (Cincinnati), Queen City

Opera, Jazz Houston, and the Colorado

Bach Ensemble, among others.

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Camron received his Master’s Degree

and Specialist Degree in Vocal

Performance from the University

of Michigan-Ann Arbor. He was a

recipient of the Shelly Manvel “Pocket

Angel” Scholarship in 2022, district

finalist in the Metropolitan Opera

National Council Auditions in 2018,

and finalist in the S. Livingston Mather

Vocal Competition as an Albert Rees

Davis Scholar in 2017. He received his

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Other Events

2023-2024 SEASON

Operatini

Experience opera in a relaxed setting

while enjoying great food and a

specially designed martini. Operatinis

are a themed event that generally

features the cast of an upcoming

production singing some of their

favorites from the canons of musical

theatre and opera.

• October 5, 2023

cast: The Marriage of Figaro

• November 2, 2023

cast: The Falling and the Rising

• January 18, 2024

featuring our Resident Company

• February 15, 2024

cast: Roméo et Juliette

• March 14, 2024

featuring our Emerging Artists

• April 11, 2024

cast: Cruzar la Cara de la Luna

Thursdays at The Sapphire Room

in The Riverside Hotel, Garden City

Two Performances: 5:30 & 8:00 pm

Tickets: $31 & $40

available at OperaIdaho.org

Sponsored by:

Pre-Performance Dinner

A few hours before the opening

performance of our mainstage

productions, Board and LifeBlood

members and patrons of Opera

Idaho get together for cocktails and

a specially prepared meal. It a great

opportunity to hob-nob with some of

Idaho’s opera elite, and a chance to

meet and talk with the director and

conductor of each production.

• October 13, 2023

The Marriage of Figaro

Trillium Restaurant, Boise

• February 23, 2024

Roméo et Juliette

Cottonwood Grille, Boise

• April 19, 2024

Cruzar la Cara de la Luna

Trillium Restaurant, Boise

Tickets: $125 per person

includes $50 donation to Opera Idaho

available at operaidaho.org

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educators who seek to inspire and

engage their audience with a diverse

repertoire and choral excellence.

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December 16, 2023

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2023-2024 Calendar of Events

Critical Mass Vocal Artists

Sat, Dec 23 Children’s Choruses

First Presbyterian Church, Boise

2:00/7:00 pm at Ballet Idaho’s The Nutcracker

2023-2024 SEASON

Wed, Sep 6 Opera Idaho Annual Meeting*

5:30 pm Boise Philharmonic Reception Room

Fri, Sep 29 Auction of Arias

5:30 pm The Arid Club, 1137 W River St, Boise

Thu, Oct 5 Operatini: The Marriage of Figaro

5:30/8:00 pm The Sapphire Room in The Riverside Hotel

Fri, Oct 13 Pre-Performance Dinner

5:00 pm Trillium Restaurant in the Grove Hotel

Fri, Oct 13 The Marriage of Figaro

7:30 pm The Egyptian Theatre

Sun, Oct 15 The Marriage of Figaro

2:30 pm The Egyptian Theatre

Sun, Dec 24 Children’s Choruses

12:00 pm at Ballet Idaho’s The Nutcracker

Thu, Jan 18 Operatini featuring our Resident Company

5:30/8:00 pm The Sapphire Room in The Riverside Hotel

Sat, Feb 3 Annual Black and White Gala

5:30 pm The Grove Hotel, 245 S Capitol Blvd, Boise

Thu, Feb 15 Operatini: Roméo et Juliette

5:30/8:00 pm The Sapphire Room in The Riverside Hotel

Fri, Feb 23 Pre-Performance Dinner

5:00 pm The Cottonwood Grille

Fri, Feb 23 Roméo et Juliette

7:30 pm The Morrison Center

Sat, Oct 21

7:30pm

Critical Mass Vocal Artists

St. Michael’s Cathedral, Boise

Sun, Feb 25 Roméo et Juliette

2:30 pm The Morrison Center

Thu, Nov 2 Operatini: The Falling and the Rising

5:30/8:00 pm The Sapphire Room in The Riverside Hotel

Sat, Mar 9

7:30pm

Critical Mass Vocal Artists

First Presbyterian Church, Boise

Fri, Nov 10 The Falling and the Rising

7:30 pm Kane Auditorium, Gowen Field

Sat, Nov 11 The Falling and the Rising

7:30 pm Kane Auditorium, Gowen Field

Sun, Nov 12 The Falling and the Rising

2:30 pm Kane Auditorium, Gowen Field

Thu, Apr 11 Operatini: Cruzar la Cara de la Luna

5:30/8:00 pm The Sapphire Room at The Riverside Hotel

Fri, Apr 19 Pre-Performance Dinner

5:00 pm Trillium Restaurant in the Grove Hotel

Fri, Apr 19 Cruzar la Cara de la Luna

7:30 pm The Egyptian Theatre

Sat, Dec 9

TBA

Children’s Choruses’ Holiday Concert*

TBA

Sun, Apr 21 Cruzar la Cara de la Luna

2:30 pm Jewett Auditorium, College of Idaho

Fri, Dec 2 Children’s Choruses

7:00 pm at Ballet Idaho’s The Nutcracker

Sat, Dec 16 Children’s Choruses

2:00/7:00 pm at Ballet Idaho’s The Nutcracker

Sun, Mar 10

2:30pm

Sat, May 4

7:30pm

Emerging Artists Art Song Recital*

Location TBA

Critical Mass Vocal Artists

First Presbyterian Church, Boise

Sat, Dec 16

7:30pm

Critical Mass Vocal Artists

First Presbyterian Church, Boise

Sat, May 11

TBA

Children’s Choruses’ Spring Concert*

TBA

Sun, Dec 17 Children’s Choruses

12:00/5:00 pm at Ballet Idaho’s The Nutcracker

Tue, May 21

5:30pm

In Good Taste

Cinder Wines, Garden City,

Thu, Dec 21 Children’s Choruses

7:00 pm at Ballet Idaho’s The Nutcracker

Fri, Dec 22 Children’s Choruses

7:00 pm at Ballet Idaho’s The Nutcracker

Sat, July 13 Opera in the Park: VIP Dinner

5:30 pm Julia Davis Park at the Gene Harris Bandshell

Sat, July 13 Opera in the Park*

7:30 pm Julia Davis Park at the Gene Harris Bandshell

* Free event

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Volunteering

Opera Idaho would not be able to do

everything it accomplishes without

the help of people in the community

willing to donate their time to help

with everything from making phone

calls, data entry, to ushering for many

of our productions.

Become a Volunteer

Volunteers are a valued and integral

part of Opera Idaho. They play a vital

role by helping our artists, supporting

productions, reducing costs and

providing skilled assistance in virtually

every department. Their hard work

and generosity keeps the beauty and

passion of opera alive.

Volunteers of the Year

Once a year the staff chooses a

volunteer, sometimes two or more,

who go above and beyond to help

wherever needed, and recognize

them for their service.

2022-2023 Bae Emilson

2021-2022 Janny Wing

2020-2021 Carol L. Montgomery

2019-2020 Bae Emilson

2018-2019 The Ballantyne Family

2017-2018 Carla Fromm &

Ellen McKinney

2016-2017 Susan Jones

2015-2016 Ivana Gigante

Our volunteers have the opportunity

to participate in committees, attend

volunteer socials, attend and assist

at Opera Idaho special events, plan

signature events and fundraisers,

assist with various office tasks, meet

international opera stars, and set and

achieve goals for the opera.

If you are interested in becoming a

volunteer, please fill out the Volunteer

Information Form at the information

table during the performance or

online at Operaidaho.org.

2014-2015 Regina Montenegro

2013-2014 Rose-Marie Bearden,

Max Bearden &

Alize Norman

2012-2013 Vicke Lee

2011-2012 Mike Stanton

2010-2011 Trish Ebsworth &

Marvin Hansen

2009-2010 Dan Monasterio &

Eric Jones

2008-2009 Jimsi Kuborn &

Stan Fornander

2007-2008 Bernadette Bonaminio

2006-2007 Leslie Garrett

Thank You

to Our Hosts

The individuals below recently

volunteered to provide housing for our

guest artists. Host housing allows us to

bring numerous visiting artists to Boise

each season.

Eileen Langan Barber

Rose-Marie & Max Bearden

Karen Day

Joan & Phil Ehrnstein

Janice Engle

Lisa Hecht

Cathy Ingle & Mark Junkert

Vicki Kreimeyer

Mary L. Langenfeld

Leslie Mauldin

Wanda & Bill Previty

Cheryl Sutton

Michelle & Glenn Zausmer

Interested in hosting guest artists,

contact Artistic Administrator Curtis

Crafton at (208) 345-3531 ext. 5.

2023-2024 SEASON

Black & White Gala, 2019

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“Toi

toi

toi!”


Education Engagement

Opera Idaho

is Mobile!

Thanks to a generous grant from the

Idaho Women’s Charitable Foundation,

Opera Idaho has a van! This van will

allow us to visit more schools in more

locations throughout Idaho.

2023-2024 SEASON

Opera Idaho Children’s

Choruses

The Opera Idaho Children’s Choruses

provide a fun opportunity for children

to perform vocally and to learn about

music, harmony and following a

conductor. The program is split into

three groups:

Kinder Chorus – age 3 to 1st Grade

Angelus Chorus – 2nd to 5th grades

Excelsior Chorus – 6th to 12th grades

Kiwanis Boy’s Choir – unchanged

male voices in 4th-8th grade

The program is led by Kerry Calverley.

Kerry has been working with

children’s and youth choirs of all

levels for 30 years. Most recently,

Kerry was the director of choirs at

East Junior High School in the Boise

School District. In the Boise area, she

has been a children’s choir director at

Trinity Presbyterian Church and First

Presbyterian Church, also co-directing

musical theater productions for the

singers in these programs.

School Tour

In an effort to introduce our younger

generations to the world of opera,

for the past few years Opera Idaho

has toured our local schools with a

program geared towards students in

grades K-6. This season, we will be

visiting elementary schools in The

Treasure Valley and beyond with an

abridged version of The Pirates of

Penzance

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Children’s Choruses Spring Concert, 2021

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Performance History

Acis & Galatea (2019),

George Frideric Handel

Aida (2019), Giuseppe Verdi

All Is Calm: The Christmas

Truce of 1914 (2021, 2022),

Peter Rothstein, Erich

Lichte, & Timothy C. Takach,

in collaboration with Boise

Contemporary Theater

Amahl & the Night Visitors

(2009, 2010, 2011, 2015,

2017), Gian Carlo Menotti

An American Dream

(2023), Jack Perla & Jessica

Murphy Moo

As One (2019), Laura

Kaminsky, Mark Campbell,

& Kimberly Reed

The Ballad of Baby Doe

(1980, 2012), Douglas

Moore & John Latouche

The Barber of Seville

(1998, 2006, 2015, 2022),

Gioachino Antonio Rossini

La Cavalleria Rusticana

(1972), Pietro Mascagni

La Cenerentola (1978*,

2010), Gioachino Antonio

Rossini

Così fan tutte (1982, 1989,

2009), Wolfgang Amadeus

Mozart

Daughter of the Regiment

(1990), Gaetano Donizetti

Dead Man Walking (2022),

Jake Heggie & Terrence

McNally

Die Fledermaus (2016,

2000), Johann Strauss II

Divas of the Golden West

(1984), John Adams & Peter

Sellars

Don Giovanni (1999, 1980,

2018), Wolfgang Amadeus

Mozart

Don Pasquale (1986, 1997,

2002), Gaetano Donizetti

La Fille du Régiment

(2011), Gaetano Donizetti

Gianni Schicchi (1979,

2014), Wolfgang Amadeus

Mozart

The Barber of Seville, 2022

H.M.S. Pinafore (1994), W.

S. Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan

Hansel & Gretel (1987,

1994, 2012), Engelbert

Humperdink

The King and I in Concert

(2019), Richard Rodgers &

Oscar Hammerstein II

Lucia di Lammermoor

(1983, 2008), Gaetano

Donizetti

Macbeth (2023), Giuseppe

Verdi

Madama Butterfly (1985,

1994, 2003, 2011, 2018),

Giacomo Puccini

Bits ‘N Pieces (1975, 1976,

1977)

La bohème (1978, 1991,

1997, 2001, 2007, 2012,

2020), Giacomo Puccini

L’elisir d’amore (1996,

2008, 2017), Gaetano

Donizetti

Evgeny Onegin (2015),

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

La Casa Verdi (2000

Carmen (1975, 1984, 1992,

1998, 2005, 2014, 2022),

Georges Bizet

Carousel in Concert (2011),

Richard Rodgers & Oscar

Hammerstein II

Face on the Barroom Floor

(1990), Henry Mollicone &

John s. Bowman

Falstaff (2012), Giuseppe

Verdi

Faust (1978, 2009), Charles

Gounod

All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914, 2022

Jacques Brel is Alive and

Well, and living in Paris

(2007), Jacques Brel, Mort

Shuman, & Eric Blau

The Magic Flute (1989,

1999, 2015), Wolfgang

Amadeus Mozart

Manon (2019), Jules

Massenet

1 World Premiere

2 Ashlawn/Highland Tour

3 by The New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players

4 Revival Work, given world premiere in Boise in 1962

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Marilyn Horne in Concert

(1984)

Pagliacci (1986, 2013),

Ruggiero Leoncavallo

The Marriage of Figaro

(1976, 2000, 2013),

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

The Pirates of Penzance

(1995, 2011, 2016 3 ), W. S.

Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan

The Medium (1977), Gian

Carlo Menotti

The Merry Widow (1989,

2004, 2021), Franz Lehár

The Mikado (1996, 2006,

2019 3 ), W. S. Gilbert &

Arthur Sullivan

The Music Man (2015),

Meredith Willson

A Night at the Opera (1990)

Nosferatu 1 (2004), Alva

Henderson & Dana Gioia

Oklahoma! in Concert

(2012, 2017), Richard

Rodgers & Oscar

Hammerstein II

Opera Idaho Sings

Christmas (2006, 2007,

2008)

Opera in the Park (2021,

2022, 2023)

Opera Under the Stars

(1999, 2006, 2007, 2008,

2009)

Opera’s Most Romantic

(2007)

Operatic Highlights (1988)

L’Ormindo 2 (1989),

Francesco Cavalli &

Giovanni Faustini

Porgy and Bess (2002),

George Gershwin

Pulcinella Suite (2013), Igor

fyodorovich Stravinsky), in

collaboration with Ballet

Idaho

Rachel 1 (1972), C. Griffith

Bratt & Hazel Weston

Rigoletto (1981, 1993,

2014), Giuseppe Verdi

Rusalka (2023), Antonín

Dvořák

Sarah Jane McMahon &

Matt Morgan in Concert

(2011)

A Season of Sorrows 4

(1990), C. Griffith Bratt &

Geo. Bowditch

La Serva Pedrona 2 (1990),

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi

Sherrill Milnes in Concert

(1986)

South Pacific in Concert

(1991, 2010, 1016),

Richard Rodgers & Oscar

Hammerstein II

A Streetcar Named Desire

(2018), Andrée Previn &

Philip Littell

Street Scene (1973), Kurt

Weill & Langston Hughes

Macbeth, 2023

The Sound of Music

in Concert (2013),

Richard Rodgers & Oscar

Hammerstein II

The Telephone (1977,

1990), Gian Carlo Menotti

Tosca (1982, 1988, 1995,

2003, 2017), Giacomo

Puccini

An American Dream, 2023

La Traviata (1977, 1987,

1996, 2005, 2016),

Giuseppe Verdi

Trouble in Tahiti (2014),

Leonard Bernstein

Rusalka, 2023

Il Turco in Italia (1989),

Gioachino Antonio Rossini

Werther (2017), Jules

Massenet

West Side Story in Concert

(2018), Leonard Bernstein

The Winterreise Project

(2013, 2018)

Our Town (2010), Ned

Rorem & J. D. McClatchy

Susannah (2013), Carlisle

Floyd

1 World Premiere

2 Ashlawn/Highland Tour

3 by The New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players

4 Revival Work, given world premiere in Boise in 1962


Will the world always

be this unpredictable?

Will my portfolio weather the storm?

How can I be sure?

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