Opera Theatre of Saint Louis Holds Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Night at the Opera

(ST LOUIS, MO) Opera Theatre of Saint Louis and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis are excited to announce an upcoming ticket special for the members of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

As part of OTSL’s Young Friends program, Opera Theatre is welcoming young professionals 45 and under from the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to attend Sunday, June 18th’s production of Titus with special discounted tickets of $39.50, which include food, drinks and a meet and greet with the cast of this exciting production.

The production of Titus (“La clemenza di Tito”) will feature René Barbera, a native of Laredo, Texas, in the role of Tito.

“We are excited to be partnering with Opera Theatre of Saint Louis in their outreach efforts to our diverse St. Louis Community,” said Karlos Ramirez, President and CEO of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. “Family, music, theater and the arts are a big part of our Hispanic identity and we want everyone to know of each and every opportunity to enjoy the best St. Louis has to offer.”

OTSL has also become an official member of the HCC and is looking forward to working on more initiatives that will attract the Hispanic community to its world-class performances.

“It’s a great pleasure to partner with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for our Young Friends Night Sunday, June 18th,” said Timothy O’Leary, Opera Theatre of St. Louis General Director. “We are looking forward to a night of great music, great theatre, great food, and wonderful fellowship.  Above all, we are grateful for this opportunity to deepen our relationship with chamber members.”

To purchase your tickets for the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Night at Opera Theatre, visit (www.experienceopera.org) and use the code “HISPANICCOC” or call the box office at (314) 961-0644.

About Titus | La clemenza di Tito:

Politics turn lethal as a new emperor takes the throne of Rome, and the Capitol is set ablaze by an explosive mix of ambition, conspiracy, and romantic intrigue. With an assassin lurking in the shadows, can the world’s most powerful city still be ruled with compassion? Experience this transcendent Mozart masterpiece, handpicked by conductor Stephen Lord for his final appearance as OTSL Music Director.


About OTSL:

Opera Theatre of Saint Louis is one of the leading American opera companies, known for a spring festival of inventive new productions, sung in English, featuring the finest American singers and accompanied by members of the St. Louis Symphony.  As of its 2016 Festival Season, Opera Theatre has presented 25 world premieres and 26 American premieres — which may be the highest percentage of new work in the repertory of any U.S. company.  Described by The Sunday Times of London as “one of the few American companies worth the transatlantic fare,” Opera Theatre of Saint Louis annually welcomes visitors from nearly every state and close to a dozen foreign countries.  Although the size of the theater typically limits box office income to less than a quarter of the budget, the company has consistently produced work of the highest quality while never accumulating a deficit.

 About HCC STL:

The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is a private non-profit corporation with a 501(c)(6) IRS designation. The Chamber was founded in 1982 by a group of Hispanic businesspersons interested in increasing opportunities for Hispanic business owners.

With a growing membership of nearly 400 businesses, organizations and individuals, our mission is to improve business opportunities for Hispanic firms and professionals thereby improving the economic development of the St. Louis region.