So, you’ve got your outfit picked out. After months of scouring Pinterest, perusing retail websites, and contemplating color palettes, you’ve finally made your decision.

Congrats! But have you given the same amount of thought to your hair?

Mena Mead is one of my favorite hair stylists in San Francisco. With more than 15 years in the beauty business – spanning cities from New York to New Orleans to Barcelona and everywhere in between – this gal is on top when it comes to emerging trends.

Posted: 08/25/2015 by Shannon Eliot (BRAVO! CLUB Board Member)

This week we are turning our attention to our feline friends. Here's to those furry four legged companions who make our lives that much more wonderful—#OperaKittehs!

Posted: 07/09/2015 by San Francisco Opurra

On July 3, opera fans converged on AT&T Park for the 9th simulcast from the War Memorial Opera House since 2006. Mozart’s classic, The Marriage of Figaro, was greeted with joy by over 30,000 spectators at the ballpark along with some 3,000 audience members in the House. Over 2,000 tweets from fans and the performers give a view of the experience, tagged #FigaroSF:

Posted: 07/06/2015 by San Francisco Opera

Mezzo-soprano Susan Graham has been performing at San Francisco Opera for 25 years. After her opening performance as Dido in The Trojans this summer, she was presented with the Opera Medal. We asked Susan a few questions about her career, words of wisdom, and her future plans.
Posted: 06/26/2015 by San Francisco Opera

Bass-baritone Philippe Sly finished his Adler fellowship this past December and returned to San Francisco this summer to play the title role The Marriage of Figaro. He will be back this coming fall as Papageno in The Magic Flute. Read on to learn about his favorite moments at San Francisco Opera, his inspirations, and what he would be doing if he weren't an opera singer.
Posted: 06/25/2015 by San Francisco Opera

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Backstage at San Francisco Opera is a fascinating, fast-moving, mysterious and sacred space for the Company’s singers, musicians, dancers, technicians and production crews. Musical and staging rehearsals are on-going, scenery is loaded in and taken out, lighting cues are set, costumes and wigs are moved around and everything is made ready to receive the audience. From the principal singers, chorus and orchestra musicians to the creative teams for each opera, in addition to the many talented folks who don’t take a bow on stage, this blog offers unique insight, both thought-provoking and light-hearted, into the life backstage at San Francisco Opera.


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