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Aug. 11-25, 2018The great American opera boasts some of the best songs ever written (including “Summertime”). A vibrant, one-of-kind masterpiece with action, humor, romance, struggle, celebration.
Oct. 13-27, 2018A governess travels to an isolated mansion to care for two orphaned children. What follows are a series of ominous encounters, all set to a haunting score by Britten.
Jan. 12-26, 2019Packed with hit songs, Verdi’s hot-blooded melodrama thrills with swift action, intense pathos, and vocal fireworks galore.
Feb. 23-Mar. 9, 2019This innovative and crowd-pleasing portrait of Apple’s visionary co-founder dazzles with a mix of traditional and electronic instrumentation.
May 4-18, 2019Bizet’s sexy thriller about an everyday soldier’s ill-fated obsession with the ultimate femme fatale is the iconic opera.
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Don’t miss the new-to-Seattle Production of The Gershwins’® Porgy And BessSM this August, 2018.© Philip Newton
This great American opera boasts some of the best songs ever written—including “Summertime,” “I Got Plenty O’Nuttin’,” “I Loves You, Porgy,” and “It Ain’t Necessarily So”.Porgy and Bess, The Glimmerglass Festival, 2017. © Karli Cadel
“Perfect! The jewel in the crown in this summer’s Glimmerglass festival.” – Robert Levine, ClassicsToday.comPorgy and Bess, The Glimmerglass Festival, 2017. © Karli Cadel
Angel Blue returns to Seattle Opera in 2018 as Bess.La traviata, Seattle Opera, 2017 © Philip Newton
Mary Elizabeth Williams will reprise her role as Serena.Mary Stuart, Seattle Opera, 2016 © Jacob Lucas
Benjamin Britten’s ghostly opera based on Henry James’ classic novella The Turn of the Screw comes to McCaw Hall’s stage this October, 2018.© Philip Newton
Elizabeth Caballero returns to Seattle Opera as the unnamed governess in The Turn of the Screw.Don Giovanni, Seattle Opera, 2014 © Elise Bakketun
Marcy Stonikas returns to the Seattle Opera stage as Miss Jessel in The Turn of the Screw.The Consul, Seattle Opera, 2014 © Elise Bakketun
Kick 2019 off with Verdi’s action-packed melodrama, Il trovatore.© Rozarii Lynch
Il trovatore, Seattle Opera 2010 © Rozarii Lynch
Issachah Savage makes his return to Seattle Opera in Il trovatore as Manrico.Ariadne auf Naxos, Seattle Opera, 2015 © Alan Alabastro
The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs, the smash hit of the 2017 Santa Fe Opera season, comes to McCaw Hall in 2019.© Ken Howard For Santa Fe Opera, 2017
This innovative and crowd-pleasing portrait of Apple’s visionary co-founder “does what opera does best: giving audiences a glimpse into the inner life of its title character” (Marin Independent Journal).© Ken Howard For Santa Fe Opera, 2017
“Totally user-friendly”. – The Los Angeles Times© Ken Howard For Santa Fe Opera, 2017
John Moore returns to Seattle Opera as the title role in The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs.The Barber of Seville, Seattle Opera 2017 © Jacob Lucas
Bizet’s sexy thriller Carmen is arguably the world’s most popular opera. Don’t miss this unrivaled procession of hit melodies on McCaw Hall’s stage in May, 2019.© Philip Newton
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