“Cocktails, Canapés & Carmen” in Amsterdam
R. G. Niederhoffer in partnership with the New York City Opera, presented, “Cocktails, Canapés & Carmen” in Amsterdam at the Museum Van Loon on June 20, 2016. The following photos feature the singers of New York City Opera and the guests of R.G. Niederhoffer.
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