Matt Simoncini, Lisa DiChiera, and Cristina DiChiera remember Dr. David DiChiera and More - Michigan Opera Theatre

Matt Simoncini, Lisa DiChiera, and Cristina DiChiera remember Dr. David DiChiera and More

With the 25th Anniversary of the opening of the Detroit Opera House, and the 50th Anniversary of the founding of Michigan Opera Theatre both celebrated this past week, we have collected a few more remembrances of those who were  participants and witnesses to both historic events.

Michigan Opera Theatre Board Member Matt Simoncini, former President & CEO of Lear Corporation and Lisa DiChiera & Cristina DiChiera offers remembrances of David DiChiera

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