Sun Valley Opera’s Summer Spectacular Concert

Sun Valley Opera’s Summer Spectacular Concert

Sun Valley Pavilion

June 30; 8pm

American Festival Chorus and Orchestra and special guest Alyson Cambridge

Presented by Sun Valley Resort & Sun Valley Opera

For General Admission tickets, please contact Sun Valley Resort at 208-622-2135

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A frequent and compelling presence on the recital and concert stages, lyric soprano Alyson Cambridge makes an encore appearance on the Sun Valley Opera’s concert stage.  Equally comfortable in her high and low ranges, Ms. Cambridge has been appearing to critical acclaim around the world, has been signed by Choppard Diamonds to appear in their ads and is part of the Lyric Opera of Chicago’s bold new advertising campaign in which a 5-story poster of Alyson hangs on the outside of its building.


Sun Valley Opera-An Evening with Alyson Cambridge on January 29 & 30

Sun Valley Opera and Sun Valley Resort Entertainment Present:
Don’t miss a once in a lifetime opportunity to see superstar soprano Alyson Cambridge on Saturday, January 30, 2010 at Carol’s Dollar Mountain Lodge.
Doors open at 7:15pm, show starts at 8pm.
Concert tickets are $35 for General Admission and $75 for Preferred Seating available at the Sun Valley Recreation Center box office (208) 622-2135 or on online at:
Program will include her signature song “Summertime” (Porgy & Bess) and “Song to the Moon” (Rusalka Aria).

Opening Night Concert & Diva Party is Friday, January 29 at the Sun Valley Club at 6:30pm starting with a sumptuous pre-concert cocktail party. Tickets from $125 only available through the Sun Valley Opera (208)726-0991 or online:

The Metropolitan Opera soprano’s exclusive visit is presented by Sun Valley Opera and Sun Valley Resort Entertainment. The concert “Young Love” includes her signature songs, “Summertime” from Porgy and Bess by Gershwin and “Song to the Moon” from Rusalka Dvorak. Frank Meyer, President of Sun Valley Opera said, “In addition to the perfection of her singing, she draws in the audience with her professional acting skills”. The New York Times described her voice as “powerful and clear” and the Washington Post priased her for the principal role in La Boheme at the Kennedy Center, under the direction of Placido Domingo. She was seen on the Metropolitan HD live satellite transmission to select theaters around the world and is represented by one of the most prestigious artist management firms in the world. Miss Cambridge, who performs across America and abroad, sings for the first time in Idaho.