Opera in the Community
Interactive and educational experiences provide an opportunity for patrons and the community to explore and experience opera together, supporting the growth of Atlanta’s arts community and that of Georgia.
Community Performances of The Atlanta Opera Studio Tour are designed to make these special student operas available to families, homeschool groups and community organizations.
Music by Jonathan Stinson • Libretto Sarah Rogevich and Jonathan Stinson
A mixed up operatic newscast for grades K-5, featuring modern characters from traditional tales, Knightly News will entertain audiences and remind us all that we have unique talents and strengths that are all valuable in different ways.
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The Atlanta Opera presented the 4th annual 24-Hour Opera Project® as part of National Opera Week in November. The 24-Hour Opera Project® pairs composers, lyricists, stage directors and opera singers from all over the country to create, rehearse, and perform short operas in just 24 hours!
See the craziness for yourself! Check out news coverage, photos, and videos from past presentations of the 24-Hour Opera Project®!
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Opera 101 is held at The Atlanta Opera Center. FREE, but reservations are required. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404-881-8883 to reserve.
Pre-Opera Talks are held one hour prior to each performance inside the John A. Williams Theatre at the Cobb Energy Centre and provide opera attendees a free sneak peek into the opera they are about to see. FREE to ticketholders.
Date: March 15, 2014
Time: 9 AM - 12 PM
Location: The Atlanta Opera Center
Discover the world of opera! Girl Scouts will enjoy a fun opera performance followed by crafts and activities. Workshop includes an Atlanta Opera patch and also meets some requirements for Junior Girl Scout Badges and Brownie Try-It Badges.
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