Our Earth tells a story of local animals and people—including people who can transform into salmon!—and an ecosystem in danger. Heron and the Salmon Girl begins when the salmon fail to return to the sea one spring. A hungry orca, a helpful heron, a grumpy fisherman, and a girl whose brother is in trouble in the big city set off to find out what happened to the missing fish. Later on in the trilogy, our characters will continue their quest into a river valley and all the way up into the watershed, atop a forested mountain. Find information about the premieres of the second and third Our Earth operas here: http://www.seattleopera.org/discover/learn/family/our_earth.aspx
Our Earth is produced by Seattle Opera in partnership with Seattle Youth Symphony and The Nature Conservancy. If you’d like to win tickets to Sunday’s performance, which also features former Seattle Opera Young Artist Adina Aaron singing Wagner’s Wesendonck Lieder, we’ll be giving away five pairs Friday afternoon.
Enter the drawing by heading over to Twitter and tweeting:
I want to win 2 tix to Heron & the Salmon Girl from @SeattleOpera & @Conserve_WA! http://bit.ly/Y5Hi5Q #OurEarthOpera
You can tweet once each day for additional chances to win; the drawing will happen Friday 2/8 at 3 pm.