Catch the Last Arizona Opera and Culinary Mischief Event of the Season on April 7

This season, the Arizona Opera announced a partnership with the Valley's roving secret supper club, Culinary Mischief. But as is true with all good things, the season now must to come to an end.

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Good news is there's one more chance to catch the combination of food and art on Sunday, April 7, when Chef Gabriele Bertaccini's culinary magic meets a madcap tale of love, The Marriage of Figaro.

The event will be the last Arizona Opera Culinary Mischief event of the 2012-13 season and will include a four-course dinner paired with four wines.

The meal will be hosted and prepared by Chef Gabriele Bertaccini, and the menu will be kept secret until the evening of the event.

Attendees also will be able to enjoy a special performance by Jamie Van Eyck, who along with other members of the Arizona Opera music staff, will be seated at the dinner as well. The meal will follow the Sunday matinee performance of The Marriage of Figaro, Mozart's comic opera involving mistaken identities, lust, infidelity, and, of course, love.

This event is limited to 30 people and costs $110 per person.

To RSVP or more info, email [email protected]

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