The Park Record Clips for Dec. 1-5
Fashion meets opera at Eccles
Cole Sport and the Italian Trade Commission are underwriting an eclectic night of Italian opera performed by The East Village Opera Company at the Eccles Center for the Performing Arts on Dec. 8. The performance will commence at 7:30 p.m. with a live fashion show featuring ski apparel from Italian suppliers Prada, Postcard, Hell is for Heroes, Parajumpers, Authier, Dolomite, Tecnica, Peuterey, Cosabella and Paul and Shark. The East Village Opera Company, a powerhouse five-piece band, string quartet, and two outstanding vocalists bring opera into the 21st Century. Expect a fresh take on music’s "greatest hits," including "La donna è mobile" from Rigoletto, "Habanera" from Carmen, and "Nessun dorma" from Turandot – performed at full length and in the original languages. Proceeds from tickets sales benefit the Student Outreach Program of the Park City Performing Arts Foundation. For ticket information, visit ecclescenter.org.
Dancing star has Park City connection
For the second time in six months Julianne Hough took home the glittering disco ball for the reality television show, "Dancing With The Stars." This May, Hough won her first trophy with Apolo Anton Ohno; this week, she and race-car driver Helio Castroneves beat out fellow famous Utahn Marie Osmond, for the coveted title.
Hough, who both choreographs the dances and designs the costumes she wears on the show, attended Park City High School. Her father, Bruce Hough is president of Park City-based nutritional supplement company, Nutraceuticals, and former chair of the Utah State Republican Party.
Hough is the second professional dancer to win "Dancing with the Stars" twice. The first was Cheryl Burk.
Glass fusion workshops still available.
The Kimball Art Center is hosting Glass Fusion Jewelry Workshop in December for $60 per three-hour class on Dec. 15 and Dec. 22. Students in the class will learn about safety and create small glass projects. Each student will cut, assemble and fire one-of-a-kind pendants, earrings, bracelets or pins. Classes begin at noon. For more information, call (435) 649-8882 or visit kimball-art.org. The Kimball Art Center is located at 638 Park Ave.
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