The Voice of Opera Colorado
By Jennifer Colgan On March 30, Opera Colorado is proud to partner with the Robert and Judi Newman Center to present a recital featuring Grammy-winning mezzo-soprano Michelle DeYoung accompanied by pianist Cody Guy Garrison. The program features gorgeous songs...
By: Betsy Schwarm Given its blend of music, words, and stage action, opera can be a powerful tool for psychological exploration. It is not just a matter of what these characters are doing, but why they are doing it,...
By Angelica DiIorio Each season, our Artists in Residence travel around Colorado, performing Opera Colorado’s touring productions for schools and community centers. This season’s spring production of Romeo & Juliet includes brand-new sets and costumes! New sets have been...
By: Angelica DiIorio With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, you might have love and romance on your mind. What better way to celebrate than with one of the most fabled stories, Romeo and Juliet? Every year, our Artists...
By: Angelica DiIorio At its core, Die tote Stadt (The Dead City) is a story of the grief that a person experiences when they lose a loved one. Paul’s love for his wife Marie was very strong, so her...
By: Jennifer Colgan Pittsburgh native Robert Perdziola has designed sets and costumes for some of the biggest opera houses in the world, including the Metropolitan Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, and San Francisco Opera. This winter, he lends his...