Friday, August 2
6pm:       Cocktails
7pm:       Performance
8:30pm:  Dinner

National Endowment for the Arts recipient Eve Queler will introduce two new talents. Hailed for her vocal "power and florid elegance," soprano Teresa Castillo has appeared at Carnegie Hall, with Bel Canto at Caramoor, TheImperial Symphony Orchestra and the inaugural season of Teatro Nuova.  This summer, she is making her debut at the Princeton Festival singing the role of Chiang Ch'ing (Madame Moo) in Nixon in China.

Matthew White, tenor, is a recent graduate of the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia, where he has performed in La Traviata, Ariadne auf Naxos, Die Zauberflote, Gianni Schicchi and Romeo and Juliet.

SPONSOR:  $1,000 ($925 deductible)
Reception, performance with premier seating, and dinner

BENEFACTOR:  $500 ($425 deductible)
Reception, performance with prime seating, and dinner

PATRON:  $300 ($225 deductible)
Reception, performance and dinner

FRIEND:  $100 ($60 deductible)
Reception and performance

FRIEND-Member: $75 ($60 deductible)
Reception and performance

Purchase tickets here.

This performance was made possible through the generosity of John Githens and Eve Queler.