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Seattle Opera.

OPERA TALKS

DEEPEN YOUR KNOWLEDGE

Opera Talks available online and in person

Free admission

Deepen your knowledge with our free Opera Talk series. Join other curious music lovers for an entertaining look at this unique art form, with topics ranging from opera’s rich literature and history to behind-the-scenes insights into how we put these grand productions on stage. Watch past Opera Talks with the videos below.

Past Opera Talks

Creative Resilience: Seattle Opera through the Pandemic and Beyond

Wednesday, September 22 at 7:00 PM
Tagney Jones Hall at the Opera Center

Join us for a behind-the-scenes look at how Seattle Opera adapted its productions to film this past season and how we’re returning to the stage for live performances. The conversation features Seattle Opera General Director Christina Scheppelmann, Director of Production Doug Provost, and artists and creative team members from the cast of La bohème.

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  • Interpreting Tosca with Alexandra LoBianco
  • Shakespeare Operas
  • Lorenzo Da Ponte
  • Composer Spotlight on Verdi
  • American Operas
  • Composer Spotlight on Mozart
  • Opera Indulges in the Seven Deadly Sins
  • Motifs, from Mozart to the Movies
  • Composer Spotlight on Mascagni
  • The History of Seattle's Opera House
  • Composer Spotlight on Puccini
  • Getting to Know our General Director (parts 1 & 2)
  • A Bird’s-Eye View: Telling the Story of Charlie Parker through Opera

Last updated June 12, 2020.

Add to Calendar 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM 1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM America/Vancouver DEEPEN YOUR KNOWLEDGE Opera Talks: Creative Resilience: Seattle Opera through the Pandemic and Beyond Online or in person. Join other curious music lovers for an entertaining look at this unique art form, with topics ranging from opera’s rich literature and history to behind-the-scenes insights into how we put these grand productions on stage. Free admission