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See the world premiere of Anna Hunter

The Festival returns to Savannah this November, for the premiere of another specially commissioned Savannah-centric opera, Anna Hunter, The Spirit of Savannah starring soprano and Festival Executive Director and co-founder Maria Zouves in the lead role. Michael Ching, who composed Anna and her predecessor, Alice Ryley, will again put his masterful skills to work, bringing to life the music for “Anna.”

This comedic piece focuses on the remarkable work of Anna Hunter, who assembled a group of women – they came to be known as “The Seven Ladies” – to persuade bankers and businessmen to help them preserve Savannah’s historic structures by portraying them as financial assets to the city.

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Celebrate the fifth season of SVF

Founded by Sherrill Milnes and Maria Zouves as part of the Sherrill Milnes VOICE programs, the Savannah VOICE Festival celebrates its fifth season this August with three weeks of opera, musical theater and song! The Festival brings artists from around the world to the Hostess City with the mission of providing quality vocal music to Savannah and continuing the legacy of great singing.

This season, themed funny@five, features the comedic operas of Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro and Rossini’s The Barber of Seville as its centerpieces. Audiences can attend a “prelude” performance of Shave and a Haircut, a show by Festival Director Maria Zouves that introduces the Festival operas’ main characters.

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BUY YOUR TICKETS ONLINE

Our 2017 Savannah VOICE Festival “Funny@Five” is on sale! And its now easier than ever to buy on-line!

With a new ticket system, patrons can now print their tickets at home or request them to be sent by mail with our new ticketing system! Festival tickets now feature a unique QR code to be scanned at the door of each event, and will be sent to the patron via email to be printed on US letter paper.

Alternately, patrons can request that their tickets be mailed to them for a service fee of $1.50 per ticket.

All festival passes (packages that include 14 tickets or more) will use a singular QR code that can be scanned multiple times at the box office for all included events.

We are excited for this new system and are here to answer any of your ticketing questions! Call 855.76.OPERA for more information.

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