A Night at the Opera

  • May 19, 2024 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Trinity Lutheran Downtown

    800 Houston Avenue
    Houston, Texas 77007
Ticket Price $10.00-$23.00 This event is now over

A Night at the Opera


Opera enthusiasts, you are in for a treat! HMC partners with Opera on Tap, Houston’s favorite traveling opera group, performing beloved operatic repertoire spanning Monteverdi to Puccini.

Laura Broscow, Soprano

Christine Boddicker, Mezzo-soprano

René Vazquez, Tenor

Rameen Chaharbaghi, Baritone

Soloists and chorus showcase their exceptional vocal abilities and dramatic flair in a fun atmosphere. You will be spellbound!


Would you like to sit next to your favorite singer, the accompanist, or take the Maestro's baton for a few minutes?

Check your confirmation email after you purchase your tickets to add on your favorite experience! Proceeds benefit HMC and Opera on Tap.


May 19 at 4 pm

General Seating

Trinity Lutheran Downtown, 800 Houston Ave, Houston, TX 77007

Free Parking at Trinity and across the street


*2023-2024 HMC Artwork celebrates Houston's muralists.


Date & Time

Sun, May 19, 2024 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Venue Details

Trinity Lutheran Downtown

800 Houston Avenue
Houston, Texas 77007 Trinity Lutheran Downtown
Houston Masterworks Chorus

Houston Masterworks Chorus: Celebrating and connecting Houston through powerful innovative music that uplifts and educates.


From concert halls to outdoor neighborhood venues, Houston Masterworks Chorus brings the world’s choral masterworks to Houston. Our repertoire ranges from oratorios and art songs to Afro-Brazilian dances and American Jazz. 


Artistic Director, Dr. Paulo Gomes, conducts the auditioned, volunteer chorus showcasing Houston’s cultural richness through diverse choral masterworks. Dr. Gomes, Director of Vocal Division and Choral Activities at Lone Star College-CyFair holds conducting degrees from Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Boston University, and the University of Houston.


HMC builds music connections through partnerships and our choral community connects people through the power of music. We bring the music to you! Traveling small ensembles remove barriers to in-person attendance through several outreach events.


Multidisciplinary concerts showcase a variety of local talent through new compositions and reimagined choral favorites. Recent projects featured the Ad Deum Dance Company and West Side High School’s Inertia Dance Company.


HMC’s Young Singer Competition encourages talented high school students to continue singing after high school as a vocation or as a profession.


Our singers represent a wide spectrum of ages and ethnicities. The accessible rehearsal schedule allows busy singers and those reentering the choral community to maintain their love of singing for a lifetime. Belonging is more important than ever, and HMC’s supportive and inclusive choral community aims to meet this crucial need. With singers aged from 17-80+, we provide singing for a lifetime. Over 97% of our singers return each year because they see the value and impact our work has in their own lives and communities.


Won’t you join us on our journey? You can support Houston’s music community and help HMC remove barriers to live music for those who are financially challenged, in recovery, or homebound.


Together we can change the lives of those who sing and those who listen. 


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