BOLTON LANDING – The Sembrich brings Seagle Festival to the lakeshore for a live performance of the children’s opera The Three Bears by Jonathan Stinson on Wednesday, July 20 at 10 am.
“We are so excited to collaborate with Seagle Festival to create accessible performances for our youngest audiences,” said Director of Outreach Caleb Eick. “This year’s production of Stinson’s The Three Bears is a humorous new take on the original story that will entertain both children and adults in the audience.”
The production of The Three Bears is approximately 40 minutes long and will be followed by a Q&A session with the audience. The story follows the traditional fairy-tale with the added twist that Goldilocks is a homeless orphan. The show resonates with the principles of equality, fair-treatment, and empathy.
This event is generously sponsored by the Stewarts Holiday Match and the Town of Bolton Recreation Department.
Admission is free, but reservations are encouraged. Reservations can be made at TheSembrich.org/festival or by calling (518) 644-2431.
About The Sembrich
Experience music, history, and nature at The Sembrich in Bolton Landing. This unique cultural experience features an annual Summer Festival with an exciting mix of world-class musicians, noted musical scholars, a free film series, and the opportunity to enjoy it all on the beautiful shores of Lake George. Listed on the National Historic Register, The Sembrich was once the teaching studio of Polish American soprano Marcella Sembrich, one of the most famous musicians at the turn of the 20th century.
Museum visitors explore her legacy, which includes over 400 performances at the Metropolitan Opera and faculty positions at both the Juilliard Graduate School and the Curtis Institute of Music. With an incredible performance venue, museum, and over four wooded acres of nature trails to explore, The Sembrich offers something for everyone. Visit to experience its unique blend of Music, History, and Nature.
The Sembrich, 4800 Lake Shore Drive, Bolton Landing, NY 12814
For more information, visit www.TheSembrich.org or contact (518) 644-2431 or Office@TheSembrich.org
Photo at top provided by Caleb Eick of The Sembrich.