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Cultural Center at the Opera House

121 N. Union Avenue

Havre de Grace, MD 21078

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A journey through romantic love, platonic love, hopeless love, and universal love. A one-of-a-kind performance not to be missed.

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Born into a family of illustrious Italian musicians, Irene Jalenti has followed a

singular creative path as a jazz vocalist, songwriter and arranger who draws on an internationalarray of kindred musical currents. Possessing a strikingly rich cello-like tone, she’s equally impressive improvising a scat solo or interpreting a song with soulful intensity (across five languages).

Jalenti turned the pandemic-induced hiatus into an intensive writing workshop, composing and arranging a gorgeous set of material for her 2021 debut album Dawn. Irene will present a selected material from Dawn as well as some of her favorite songs of Love from the Great American Songbook.

A journey through romantic love, platonic love, hopeless love, and universal love. A one-of-a-kind performance not to be missed.

**Current COVID-19 Protocols**

All patrons, 5 years old and above, must wear masks while inside the venue unless they are actively eating or drinking.

All Arts Collective staff and volunteers will also wear masks while inside the venue.

Thank you for your understanding as we endeavor to protect our performers, our patrons, and all members of the arts community during these challenging times!

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Cultural Center at the Opera House

121 N. Union Avenue

Havre de Grace, MD 21078

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The original Opera House has been a cultural and community centerpiece in Havre de Grace since 1871. From the early days of touring opera companies, the Opera House filled a need for entertainment, children’s activities and social engagements.  This tradition continues in the 21st century with an investment from the people for the people.  The newly renovated Cultural Center at the Opera House serves as a state-of-the-art venue for everyone in the region for children’s theater, touring companies, local performances, music, film and other arts.  This new ADA compliant facility represents the community’s commitment to the arts, to the vitalization of the Arts & Entertainment District, and to the preservation of its history.

The Cultural Center at the Opera House is made possible through the generosity and support of the community and the City of Havre de Grace.  

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