Laquita Mitchell and Nmon Ford are the creators and stars of this multimedia program featuring Israel Gursky, Denver’s own Davis Contemporary Dance Company, poetry, and music by Copland, De Falla, Price, and more.
April in Paris, starring Catherine Cook and directed by David Lefkowich, features three whimsical episodes where you’ll see Cook become Julia Child in Lee Hoiby’s Bon Appetit!, transform into a Paris cabaret singer for a performance of delightful French songs, and more surprises.
Your enthusiasm, advocacy, and support are key to our current and future success! The Opera Colorado Amplified Resilience Fund supports the creation of new, digital content and creative, in-person programming, when we can do so safely.
By Ari Pelto Three years ago, at this very moment in January, we were immersed in rehearsals for the world premiere of Steal a Pencil for Me on the stage of the Wolf Theatre at the JCC in Denver. Omer Ben Seadia and her team...
During these challenging times, music lifts us up and helps us to better understand the world around us. In a new partnership with @RMPM, we present free, digital concerts and pay-what-you-can educational programs throughout the coming months. https://t.co/lqhMEIGBWZ
During these challenging times, music lifts us up and helps us to better understand the world around us. In a new partnership with Rocky Mountain PBS, we are excited to present free, digital concerts and pay-what-you-can educational programs throughout the coming months. Support Opera Colorado...
Happy New Year from Opera Colorado. We hope you are snuggled up with your loved ones, just like Minnie and Johnson from our 2016 production of Puccini's La Fanciulla del West. May this new year be bright! #tbthttps://t.co/Av6lMiEjNJ