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Chamber musicians from San Francisco Opera and Ballet, New Century Chamber Orchestra, and major Bay Area symphonies will perform in Eve, an opera about women's exploitation and liberation. The opera premieres October 28th, 2022 at the Palace of Fine Arts, in collaboration with aligned Bay Area organizations during Domestic Violence Awareness Month.


Created by Bolinas composer Andrea Densmore, and her two sons, Eve weaves a compelling personal story. In addition to exquisite chamber music, this multi-genre contemporary work with a cast of over 60 performers includes members of the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, multiple vocalists, a jazz/blues combo, with aerial, ballet and modern dancers.

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Composer’s Circle

$1,200 (Includes 4 Premium Tickets)


Premium orchestra-level seats, center section


Includes a post performance meet-and-greet with composers, musicians and dancers


* $1,000 tax-deductible


Performer’s Circle

$500 (Includes 2 Premium Tickets)

Orchestra-level seats, center section

* $400 tax-deductible



$200 (1 Premium Ticket)

Middle-level seat, center section

* $150 tax-deductible


$150 (1 Premium Ticket)

Upper middle-level seat, center section

* $100 tax-deductible


General Admission

$50 (suggested)

First come, first serve seating


Please consider making a donation to Eve, An Opera in care of the Bolinas Community Center

Donate here via PayPal

Or send a check to:


Bolinas Community Center
PO Box 122
Bolinas, CA 94924


*Please note Eve, An Opera in the memo

*Bolinas Community Inc. EIN:  23-7117192

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This opera is a collection of work: my opus. It is also my story. To be able to create this art, after all that I’ve been through, is the most tangible proof of my actual healing. May it serve to heal others who have been shut down, oppressed, held back, interrupted, abused.

The honest experience of living inside a female body in our society is finally a valid, front-burner subject. I am grateful for those who came before and actively changed our cultural norms in body-positive ways so that I could celebrate the wonder of my own body. I compose from movement and for movement. My composing for these pieces was, at times, actually sourced from imagining, embodying the actual dancers in this show.

For me the most important ingredient for composing is feeling confident that my work is needed and wanted. This magically opens up the boldly creative channels for me. The time is ripe for this subject matter. It is my honor to invite you to join me this October 28th at The Palace of Fine Arts.


- Andrea Densmore, Creator & Composer of Eve, An Opera

Andrea "Anny" Densmore grew up in a musical and academic family, and came of age in Los Angeles during the 70s. She created the framework for this opera while attending California Institute of Integral Studies' School of Consciousness and Transformation. In March of 2020 she presented the first iteration of Bach’s Daughter, an opera, later named Eve, in completion of the Interdisciplinary Arts and Writing Master of Arts Degree. 

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Writer/Composer Antonio "Tony" Owen is a professional guitarist, composer, arranger and producer. A graduate of California Jazz Conservatory, Tony is a music educator and performs all over the SF Bay Area. He can be seen and heard on numerous recordings of The California Honeydrops including "Call It Home", featuring Bonnie Raitt.

Winters End
More Than I Can Bear


Dave Barry - Kim Bender - Hedy Ciani

Bob Densmore - Mary Ford - Sid & Nancy Ganis - Miranda Heller

Lucinda Lee Katz - Marty Krasney - Michael Lander

Lisa Lee - Rob Lewis - John Lum - Bob MacDonald

Gene Marchi - Leila Monroe - Harriet Moss

Claudia Parducci - John Osterweis & Barbara Ravizza

Judith Shaw - Susan Swig

Stinson Bolinas Community Fund - West Marin Fund

SF Domestic Violence Consortium