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URGENT:The Opera’s new Board and leadership has opened an Escrow Account to raise $1 million from the community by May 19. Now, you who are over 21,000 strong can keep the Opera alive by giving what you can at http://www.sdopera.com. Imagine-if each of you gave $100, you could provide the Opera with $2 million and the confidence that the community is truly behind the Company. Your gift will be returned (minus $8 bank fee) if $1 million is not raised and a 2015 season is not announced. THANK YOU!
Thanks again for signing our petition. We would very much like you all to take the following survey. The results of this survey will be very helpful as the board of directors reconsiders it's decision to close the company. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/V2QS85R
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We would love to have your contact information, and we invite you to attend our town hall meeting as well. WE MAKE MUSIC WORTH SAVING!!!
Thank you so much for signing our petition. We are still hard at work saving San Diego Opera. We would very much appreciate it if you could go to http://savesandiegoopera.org/stay-informed/ and fill out your name and email address. We think change is coming and we want to be able to keep you informed of that change and how you can help in the future.
Thank you again for all of your support!
-White Knight Committee
SAN DIEGO OPERA MAKES MUSIC WORTH SAVING!
We are shocked and dismayed by the sudden decision of the San Diego Opera Board of Directors to shut the company's doors. The board believes that a decline in recent attendance indicates that the people of San Diego no longer want world class opera in their hometown. The decision was made without any public forum and without looking into other solutions to keep San Diego Opera alive, even as the company has no debt! This decision will result in the following:1. Loss of hundreds of good middle class jobs and careers in the entertainment industry.2. Closure of San Diego's third largest cultural institution and tenth largest opera company in America.3. Decline in musical exposure for San Diego schools, students, and residents at large.4. Decrease in revenue for surrounding small businesses, hotels, and restaurants.DON'T FOLD, REVOTE!Thank you so much for your support as we navigate these waters together. Find answers to your frequently asked questions on our wesite: