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We at Opera Wilmington are donning our “creative caps” to bring you a safe but exciting season in 2020-21



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Spring brings our first in-person event!

Coming up May 16, at last! Opera Wilmington presents The Great American Songbook, with a spring bouquet of timeless American standards sung by four of our popular singers. We’re fortunate to partner with the Cameron Art Museum for this sure-to-please concert.

We’re also building our bountiful buffet of Great American Songbook Silent Auction items, which will come to you online starting May 1. Here is a preview of a few of our business supporters, who have donated all kinds of goodies! There is plenty more to come!

And don’t forget to shop Art in Bloom Gallery’s virtual Opera Wilmington Shop for a one-of-a-kind gift for a special occasion or a special person!

Kids’ Corner

Fun With Opera.

Know a middle- or high-schooler who loves to sing and act? Opera Wilmington’s Opera Camp resumes in June 2021 after taking a hiatus – sadly – this summer. Check out pictures of past camps and the children’s choruses for La Bohème and Hansel and Gretel, our most recent productions.

Opera IQ

Test Your Knowledge.

In May, we previewed our monthly Buffa Opera Quiz, which offers up quick and sometimes silly tests of opera trivia. What opera heroine danced herself to death? Which opera titles make the best anagrams? Which opera hero is condemned to perpetual confinement (and no, not during the COVID pandemic)? See how much you know, or can guess!


See What You Missed!

Visit our image gallery for a few shots of recent productions, and get ready to join us at the next opportunity! Here’s an image from Act II of our 2019 production of La Bohème, as Musetta reveals a few inches of her shapely ankle.


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High Notes

The latest community events, press and news on upcoming shows.


My Opera Story

Maggie and Kate Bradley Kate and Maggie Bradley, 14-year-old daughters of Frank and Mary Bradley, have been part of the Opera Wilmington family for several years. They have attended our…

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Calling all singers!!

Would you like to appear in an Opera Wilmington production or concert event? We’re always looking for talent.