Pikes Peak Opera League

Fall Fest – A Night in Spain

In celebration of Arts Month, the Pikes Peak Opera League (PPOL) proudly presents Fall Fest – A Night in Spain benefiting the PPOL Scholarship Fund to assist young aspiring vocalists. The evening features Contralto Stephanie Brink, accompanied by Dan Brink and includes tapas, sangria and songs inspired by Spain. Sponsored by the Tiemens Private Wealth Management Group of Wells Fargo, and Dr. Susan Rae Jensen and Tom Trainer.

The performance will be held on Friday, October 8 from 5-8PM, at the Broadmoor Community Church, located at 315 Lake Avenue in Colorado Springs. Tickets are $50/person, with limited seating available. Please purchase tickets by October 1. For questions, email drdiva@live.com.

Stephanie Brink, Contralto, has performed extensively in the American Southwest. Miss Brink is a Colorado native who began her vocal career in the jazz and music theatre realms, before discovering her true voice and passion: Opera. Following her undergraduate study at Colorado College, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music, she made her operatic debut with Opera Theatre of the Rockies. While completing her Master of Music degree in vocal performance at the University of Arizona, as a scholarship student of Dr. Kristin Dauphinais, she performed the roles of the Secretary in Menon’s The Consul, the Abbess in Puccini’s Suor Angelica, and Flora in Verdi’s La Traviata. She was called back after her graduation to perform the role of DriLe Dame in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte, a role she later revived in New York City with Mark Oswald’s Summer Opera Experience. Miss Brink is a member of the Performance Faculty at Colorado College, is an Outreach for Opera Theatre of the Rockies, and voice student of Martile Rowland.
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