An interactive display of the productions Edmonton Opera has staged over the past 50 years will be posted today, on the 50 Days of Opera page. Check out the similarities between playbill designs, reminsice over your favourite production and recall who sang in which production with this online timeline.
We want to hear your favourite memory of Edmonton Opera! Many supporters of EO vividly recall the first production they saw staged at the Jubilee, or their favourite opera moment in Edmonton. Please share these memories with us, either by submitting online or by filling out at postcard at one of our outreach events. We will post these memories on our website.
Trivia questions about the production of Salome, as well as Edmonton Opera's 50-year history, will be posted online throughout the day. Participants will have chances to win tickets to Edmonton Opera's first production of the season, Salome.
Each day, clues to a different location in the city will be posted, each having something to do with Edmonton Opera's golden anniversary and our 50 years of history in the city. Through the website, Facebook and Twitter, participants will have a chance to win tickets to Edmonton Opera's first production of the season, Richard Straus
Director's Circle members are among the first to see the latest Edmonton Opera production; one of the benefits of being a DC member. Please note this is a private event.
Join Edmonton Opera for a performance Thursday, Sept. 15, as part of the series "Thursday Nights on the Edge." Presented by the City of Edmonton, enjoy this outdoor concert of classical music in the elegant atmosphere of McDougall Park. Free, 7 p.m. at McDougall Park (109 Avenue and 107 Street).
We're taking opera outdoors to the Devonian Botanic Garden, where the grass is the stage and the pond is the backdrop. Enjoy operatic performances, wine and appetizers in the gardens during the longest night of the year. If you have a promotion code for advanced tickets, follow this link and enter your promo code in the top righthand corner in order to purchase tickets.
The final opera of the 2013/14 season is Madama Butterfly, which is the same opera that opened the company 50 years ago. Under the direction of Tim Albery, this production is the poignant story of an American lieutenant and his Japanese bride.
The final opera of the 2013/14 season is Madama Butterfly
Bring your class to experience opera firsthand! Education dress rehearsals are available to student groups starting at $10 per student. Madama Butterfly will be sung in Italian with English supertitles.