6pm: Get your taste buds ready for the following delights:

   Proscuitto-wrapped Asparagus

   Caprese Salad

   Beef Ragu Lasagna

   Spinach and Mushroom Lasagna

   Olive Oil Cake with Sambuca-soaked Oranges and Whipped Cream.


Italian Wine Tastings: A little Prosecco, Two Reds, and Two Whites

Our Full Bar will be open in addition to the tastings.
7pm: Showtime!  Featuring professional Opera Singers from The Lamont School of Music, fresh off their run of Marriage of Figaro, and Travel Writer Bob Powers sharing fun stories from his many years in Italy.

8pm: A little Dessert to close out the night

Festivities begin at 6pm and open to those 21 year of age and older.



Italy grows more different kinds of wine grapes than any country in the world -- one reason why exploring Italian wines is so much fun.


We will be sampling five different Italian wines, and you will want to experience each one of them.


You will be greeted with a glass of bubbly Prosecco, which comes from the Veneto region of Italy and is a favorite starter for any kind of an evening.


Our first white wine is an Orvietto Classico Campogrande from the Umbria region. Orvietto is a dry, crisp white wine made from the Procanico grape.


Next up is another white wine -- Villa Antinori Bianco, a marvelous blend of five grapes: Mosty Trebbiano and Malvasia grapes from the Tuscan region, with small batches of Pinot Blanc, Pinot Grigio and Rhine Reisling added for flavor and rounding.


Our reds include the iconic Italian wine -- Chianti. This is a Chianti Classico, the best of the best, featuring the wonderful Sangiovese grapes grown in the Chianti region of Italy.


Finally, we feature another great blend -- this one a red blend called Cecchi Bonizio, a Super Tuscan that combines Merlot with Sangiovese grapes and comes from the popular Tuscany region. It's rich in fruit and good acidity.


As each wine is paired with a mouth-watering Italian appetizer or entree,  you will discover why Italian wine -- and food -- is such a treat.


Add in live opera music and travel stories from travel writer Bob Powers and you will have an unforgettable evening, all included in one single price.





Author Bob Powers lives in Lucca, Italy and Portland, Oregon.  His hilarious tale, Becoming Italian: How to Butcher a Beautiful Language, Fall in Love, and Stay Young, forms the basis for a Clocktower special, A Celebration of Everything Italian.  You can read more about Bob at www.welovelucca.com

On Sunday, June 24, 2018 join Roberto and Clocktower friends as he recounts one comical story after another, listen to some fabulous Opera singers, and enjoy a surprise or two, in a special evening celebrating everything Italian. A wonderful Italian meal and vino are included. 



Martha Yordy, piano

Victoria Minton, soprano

Daniela Guzmán, soprano

Nicole London, mezzo-soprano

Nathan Snyder, tenor

Tony London, bass-baritone


Daniela Guzman, Soprano


Victoria Minton, Soprano


Nicole London, Mezzo Soprano​



Nathan Snyder, Tenor



TONY LONDON, Bass - Baritone





SUNDAY • JUNE 24th • 6pm

Festivities begin at 6pm and open to those 21 year of age and older.



Reserved ticketholders will be given priority seating assigned by order of purchase and party-size.  

Limited tickets are available for this engagement.

Advance reservations required for seat guarantee.

Group seating must be arranged in advance by putting a common FIRST AND LAST NAME in the Group section of the ticket check out.  

Our Box Office is happy to help with any ticketing or seating questions: boxoffice@clocktowercabaret.com

$60 per person



All sales are final.  

Unclaimed assigned seats may be released 10 minutes after show begins.