Dear Friends and Patrons,
In light of restrictions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Opera Colorado has postponed its 2020-21 Season, previously programmed as Cavalleria Rusticana in February, Carmen in May, and The Shining in June. The company plans to present all postponed operas during the 2021-22 Season and beyond. The 2021-22 Season will open on November 6, 2021 with Tosca—rescheduled after its cancellation in May 2020—followed by The Shining in February 2022 and Carmen in May 2022. Opera Colorado’s 40th anniversary celebration in the fall of 2022 will feature a concert performance of Cavalleria Rusticana.
In lieu of its 2020-21 mainstage season, Opera Colorado is pleased to present Opera Colorado Amplified, bringing local, national, and international audiences a host of digital and in-person programming featuring visiting artists, the Opera Colorado Artists in Residence, and our Opera Colorado Orchestra musicians. For the most up-to-date programming information, click here.
Thank you for your continued support. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out.
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To raise the $200,000 needed to fund these exciting Opera Colorado Amplified programs in 2021, we have launched the Resilience Fund. Your enthusiasm and support are key to our current and future success!
Updated Thursday, January 14