Sherry's campaign for Mozart's  Die Zauberflöte   in October 2017 represents her fifth year in collaboration with  Fath...


Sherry's campaign for Mozart's Die Zauberflöte in October 2017 represents her fifth year in collaboration with Fathom Events and The Met: Live in HDIncluding this outreach effort, she has offered 36 live broadcast tickets and 64 encore tickets for a total of 100 tickets free of charge to Mozart's fans in the U.S. Tickets have spanned five operas and winners from 14 states. Learn more about Sherry's work to create accessibility for the art form. For a chance to win tickets to see Die Zauberflöte at your local cinema, visit Sherry's Facebook page for details. Contest deadline is Oct 9th!


To celebrate the 230th anniversary year of Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro in 2016, Sherry created the Figaro230 initiative to collect and display celebratory regards from Mozart's fans all over the world at the Mozarthaus Vienna. The Mozarthaus, now a museum, was Mozart's largest and most opulent apartment. Although he had several addresses in Vienna, Mozart lived at Domgasse 5 longer than he did at any other residence, and it's the only one that survives today. Mozart composed Figaro in 1786 while living there, a time period (1784-1787) representing some of his most productive, popular and prosperous years in the city. Learn more about this project!