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Join Opera Colorado for two dazzling seasons, featuring beloved favorites and a world premiere. Performances in 2014, 2015 and 2016 feature strong and important female characters which will spotlight several of today’s most highly sought-after opera stars.

“The operas we are planning over the next few years represent the full spectrum of our artistic vision. Artistic Advisor Ari Pelto and I have assembled outstanding casts for these great works, including many singers making their Opera Colorado debuts.”  - Greg Carpenter, General Director

Click here to read the full press release.

Take advantage of the opportunity to secure the best seats for both the 2014-2015 and the 2015-2016 seasons. Renew your tickets for 2014-2015, and purchase your 2015-2016* season tickets now to lock in prices.

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You will need your account number and zip code to renew your season tickets online.

*For current season ticket holders who opt to renew just the 2014-2015 season at this time, Opera Colorado will still hold their seats for the 2015-2016 season.

Madama Butterfly
by Giacomo Puccini
November 15, 18, 21, 23, 2014

Ari Pelto, Conductor
Keturah Stickann, Director
Xiu Ying Li, Cio-Cio San
Erica Brookhyser, Suzuki
Dinyar Vania, B.F. Pinkerton
John Hancock, Sharpless

Giacomo Puccini’s tragic tale of the beautiful young Japanese Cio-Cio San “Butterfly,” wed to American Naval Officer Pinkerton, captures in stunning music the longing of a deferred reunion, lost love, betrayal and guilt. Traditional costumes and sets will bring to life both the cultural beauty and the emotional angst of this story.

Sung in Italian with English and Spanish subtitles at every seat.
Ari Pelto’s appearance is sponsored by Dave and Pam Duke.


The Magic Flute

by W.A. Mozart
May 2, 5, 8, 10, 2015

Joseph Mechavich, Conductor
Daniel Witzke, Director
Maureen McKay, Pamina
Jonathan Boyd, Tamino
Daniel Belcher, Papageno
So Young Park, Queen of the Night

Mozart’s classic opera features the debut of rising star Maureen McKay as Pamina and emerging talent So Young Park as The Queen of the Night, along with the return of Daniel Belcher as Papageno and Jonathan Boyd as Tamino. This new Opera Colorado production of The Magic Flute will come to life under the direction of Daniel Witzke and conductor Joseph Mechavich.

Sung in German with English and Spanish subtitles at every seat.


Aida

by Giuseppe Verdi
November 7, 10, 13, 15, 2015

Ari Pelto, Conductor
David Gately, Director
Alexandra Lobianco, Aida
Carl Tanner as Radames
Catherine Martin, Amneris
Marco Nistico, Amonasro

In all the splendor of the Pharaohs, Verdi’s Aida catapults to the forefront a love triangle. Ripe with the complexities of loyalties and jealousy during a time of war and conquest, two strong women test their fate to win the man whom they both love. Verdi’s vivid music, along with grand opera’s costumes and sets make this production an experience with all of the best that opera offers.

Sung in Italian with English and Spanish subtitles at every seat.

 

World Premiere
The Scarlet Letter

by Lori Laitman
May 7, 10, 13, 15, 2016

Ari Pelto, Conductor
Beth Greenberg, Director
Elizabeth Futral, Hester Prynne
Dominic Armstrong, Arthur Dimmesdale

Love finds a voice in our world premiere of The Scarlet Letter, a dramatic new adaptation of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s classic novel with libretto written by Colorado’s Poet Laureate David Mason. It’s a morality play of rigid judgment, heart-wrenching betrayal and redemptive love brought to life through stunning performances, dramatic set design and incredible music. Like Hester, you’ll discover that sin, while a failing, is essential to the human experience.

Sung in English with English and Spanish subtitles at every seat.

The Scarlet Letter is sponsored by Kenneth and Donna Barrow, Dave and Pam Duke, Noel and Thomas Congdon, National Endowment for the Arts and Opera America.

“To create one of the best-known characters from American literature will be a thrilling opportunity. And as she is delineated through the deft lyricism of Lori Laitman’s score…a sheer luxury!” - Elizabeth Futral, Soprano

 

 

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