Syracuse Opera has a spectacular season waiting for you to explore! There is still time to save 15% off regular ticket prices by purchasing a subscription to both Madness and The Medium and The Marriage of Figaro in one transaction.
$10 student general admission rush tickets with ID at the box office!
For the safety of both artists and audience members, masks are required at all times while in the theater. Masks are recommended for patrons while in the lobby and other non-theater spaces, unless they are consuming food or beverage. To encourage consistent masking, no food or beverage will be permitted in the theater.
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Dear friends of Opera! The fourth week of January we celebrate Children’s Week and Storytelling Week! Those two things pair remarkably well! Make a point to get together with your kiddos, your favorite nephews or best friends who have children, and take the time to admire their vivacious minds, their curiosity and this world they are just getting around to explore. To make it extra fabulous, read them a story, maybe your favorite story from your childhood? Opera is all about storytelling, sharing emotions of all sorts, being like the bards of old, around a fire when the winter is cold and the days darken too soon. Most people who work in the world of Opera, can relate the story of their first live operatic experience when they were a child. The magic of costumes, interpretations, visuals, the power of the human voice translating words, sounds, movement into sheer meaning and emotion. The blending of colors so familiar to a child’s open and creative mind. Embrace your inner child and story teller this week and bring the whole family to see “The Marriage of Figaro” this April. This week is the perfect week to announce that youth under 18 accompanied
“Coffee With The Artists” brings you spontaneous, informal chitchat with the creatives who bring opera to life. It takes place in whatever setting is available before, after, between, or even during rehearsals! The brainchild of Syracuse Opera’s very own Alexandra Deshorties, the series is designed to be a fun little forum to bring our Facebook opera friends into the day-to-day life of a performer. Stay tuned as we talk about how opera intersects with life and– well, just about everything!
Set in current-day New York, this filmed opera reimagines La bohème by glorifying rooftops, mattresses, and the grungy, sexy, dirty world of being in your early twenties in the city that never sleeps. This work focuses specifically on Asian, Asian-American, and BIPOC youth and their experiences, creating a poignant subplot of immigration, assimilation, and racism.