Here’s what is coming up:
We’re introducing our summer series: Sunday Salons! Starting June 28, we’ll present a free online program of conversation and song with Opera Wilmington artists. The salons take place at 4 p.m. the last Sunday of each month through August.
The inaugural Sunday Salon – June 28 – features Joshua Conyers, the leading man from our production of Rigoletto in 2015, as well as Jemeesa Yarborough, who sang the role of Mimì in Opera Wilmington’s production of La Bohème last July.
You can join the Salon in two ways: through this Facebook link or through this YouTube link. YouTube will provide better-quality audio.
Click here to learn more about these rising young singers and the challenges even very talented artists face in building an opera career.
Fun With Opera.
Know a middle- or high-schooler who loves to sing and act? Enroll that stage-struck youngster in Opera Camp! This year we are offering two age-defined sessions in June and early July.
Test Your Knowledge.
What caused the famous trampoline malfunction in a performance of Tosca? How many years has Placido Domingo been in the spotlight? Play our La Bohème quiz now! Question #2 is up!
See What You Missed!
So sad that you haven’t caught one of our fully staged opera productions or any of our other events? Get a glimpse of what you’ve missed by visiting our image gallery, and get ready to join us at the next opportunity!
Give the gift of musical appreciation by supporting us and our performers.
Opera Wilmington is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, so your gifts are tax deductible.
Calling all singers!!
Would you like to appear in an Opera Wilmington production or concert event? We’re always looking for talent.