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“This season we will witness the power and heights of the human voice. We will find music that unlocks our hearts, and stories that speak to our most empathetic virtues. Let’s gather with friends, family, and community at the opera. Let’s get inspired.”
                      – Christopher Mattaliano, General Director

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LA TRAVIATA/Giuseppe Verdi
November 2, 4m, 8, 10, 2018 | Keller Auditorium

A crown jewel of grand opera. Classic sets and costumes honor tradition on the grandest scale, as we follow the brilliant and beautiful Parisian courtesan Violetta Valéry on her heartbreaking journey of true love.

AS ONE/Laura Kaminsky
March 22, 24m, 26, 28, 30, 2019 | Newmark Theatre

A brave and beautiful coming-of-age story. Two voices share the role of our transgender heroine Hannah, in a story that sheds light on universal truths of self-love and identity.

May 11, 2019 | Keller Auditorium

A one-night-only celebration concert featuring operatic gems and beloved arias. We’ll add to this year’s celebration with a special reveal of our upcoming 19/20 season, and perhaps a surprise or two.

June 7, 9m, 13, 15, 2019 | Keller Auditorium

A fun-filled love letter to opera’s brilliant past, this colorful and nostalgic production of The Barber of Seville is sure to delight audiences both young and young at heart.

LA FINTA GIARDINIERA/Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
July 12, 14m, 18, 20, 24, 27, 2019 | Newmark Theatre

Featuring sublime music, buoyant comedy, and insight into the complex nature of the human heart—this opera from 1775 showcases everything we love about Mozart’s work.

July 26, 28m, 30, Aug 1, 3, 6, 8, 10 | Hampton Opera Center

This stark and surreal story explores the nature of injustice and capital punishment, in a new production devised and directed by Imago Theatre’s Jerry Mouawad.

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