Designed to travel, Studio Tour productions are presented in schools and community venues across the state of Georgia each season. Educators are provided with comprehensive guides which feature lesson plans and activities corresponding to the Georgia Standards of Excellence.

This 40+ year old program has reached over 1 million children since it started. Each year an opera is re-written specifically for childen, emphasizing social and emotional learning, and sometimes translating it to English, including the librettos. These performances provide children an introduction to traditional classical opera in a way that is meaningful for them.

Offered year-round (give us 2-3 options for your preferred dates).

Typically 60 minutes for young children.

Each workshop is tailored to your specific teaching goals and the age and knowledge-level of your students.

All Workshops end with a question and answer session.

Cost varies by workshop – discounts are available for schools eligible for Title I, and discounted pricing is available for multiple workshops.

All workshops offered in both formats:


  • More direct interaction with students.
  • Masks required.


  • Children can take part from home and/or from school.
  • Choose Zoom or Microsoft Teams

What People Are Saying

“The Tapestry Residency offers enriched content for learners of all grade levels. Its approach is a gateway for students and teachers to be introduced to classical and classically-influenced music, while implementing its relevance into the general education curriculum. It is simply arts integration at its finest!”

– Quandrell Claybrooks, Harper Archer Elementary School, 2021

“Bravo, Atlanta Opera Studio Artists! Even while stuck inside our separate houses, my students were filled with hope and joy as beautiful singing flowed out of their devices. Your informative, encouraging discussion proved that our voices can be heard, even when our school buildings are closed. Thank you for sharing your love of singing with my talented students.”

– Marla Baldwin, Palmer Middle School, 2020

“Bringing professional theater artists into my virtual classroom experience has been wonderfully enriching to both my students and my program. I am grateful that my students are able to see “theater” is so much more than just performance – it’s a collaboration of many, many different professionals working toward one goal. Thank you so much!”

– Joymichelle Green, Walton High School, 2019

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