Diamond Horseshoe Ball 2017

Friday, September 22, 2017
The Omni William Penn Hotel

Many opera companies open their seasons in a grand manner, but only Pittsburgh Opera has a tradition as long and glorious as the Diamond Horseshoe Ball.

Featuring a cocktail reception, performances by the much-loved Resident Artists of Pittsburgh Opera, live and silent auctions, and dancing through the night, the Diamond Horseshoe Ball is not to be missed. This year’s festivities will take place under the same gleaming chandeliers of the Grand Ballroom at the historic Omni William Penn Hotel where the very first Diamond Horseshoe Ball was held. It is sure to be an event to remember! 

The evening's festivities include:

  • 6:30 PM Cocktails
  • 7:30 PM Dinner
  • Silent and Live Auctions
  • Performance by our Resident Artists

More information to come on this year's tickets and auction items.

Please contact Pittsburgh Opera Manager of Special Events Rebecca Fink via email, or call her at 412-281-0912 ext. 225, for more information.

Can't attend? You can always underwrite a portion of the evening.

Dancing at the 61st annual Diamond Horseshoe Ball.

Dancing at the 61st annual Diamond Horseshoe Ball.

The drawing for the diamond horseshoe pendant at the 2015 Diamond Horseshoe Ball.

Former Resident Artist and basso buffo Kevin Glavin served as auctioneer at the 2015 Diamond Horseshoe Ball.

Board member Mary Anne Papale and husband Victor at the 2015 Diamond Horseshoe Ball.

The Diana Reid party at the 2015 Diamond Horseshoe Ball. Board member Diana Reid chaired the event.

Board member Steve Seibert (right) with Sari Gruber and Bill Powers at the 2015 Diamond Horseshoe Ball.

The Cibik-Kobosky party at the 2015 Diamond Horseshoe Ball. Dr. Lisa Cibik is a board member.

Board member Bob Sclabassi with Sheri and board member Mildred Miller Posvar at the 2015 Diamond Horseshoe Ball.

Board member Hilda Fu and husband Freddie at the 2015 Diamond Horseshoe Ball.

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