Title: CostumerReports to: Director of ProductionClassification: Seasonal, hourly, weekly, exemptCompensation: $30 per hour to $900 per week The mission of the New Orleans Opera Association (NOOA) is to enrich the lives of all people by producing opera of the highest artistic quality and provide educational opportunities through traditional and innovative approaches. New Orleans Opera Association… Continue reading Costumer
Act now before the end of the calendar year! If you have questions about your gift, please contact Joanna Sternberg, Director of Development at (504) 267-9526 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you soon and, in the meantime, wish you and your loved ones a safe and healthy holiday season and new year.
New Orleans Opera is announcing open general auditions for opera singers residing in the Greater New Orleans/Baton Rouge area for consideration for mainstage and outreach opportunities. Chorus auditions will take place at a later date. Auditions will take place on December 17, from 3:00 PM until 7:00 PM at Nunemaker Hall on the campus of Loyola, and on… Continue reading Open Auditions
2021 – 2022 ALLONS on ZOOM Discover fascinating details about Josephine Baker’s life and work with the French Resistance during World War II; learn how William Shakespeare, as a playwright and poet, has been an inspiration for operatic productions from his era through the present day; and hear about the 1851 novel by Henri Murger… Continue reading ALLONS!
Opera on Tap Goes Indoors for the Holidays! If you haven’t been to the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) during the past year, take advantage of the free admission for all Louisiana residents on Wednesdays (see below links for the December 2021 exhibits). Then stay after hours for a musical treat in the new… Continue reading Opera on Tap!
On April 8, 1975, Josephine Baker took the stage for the last time before a packed audience of fans and celebrities in Paris, performing a revue that extolled her own five-decade career in spectacular fashion. Just four days later she would pass away. Cipullo’s single-scene, one-act opera imagines a backstage moment with Josephine Baker before… Continue reading An Homage to Josephine Baker
Join us for this free event and bring a friend! No Tickets RequiredThursday, December 16, 2021 at 6:00 PMKingfish Cider, 355 Iris Avenue, Jefferson, LA 70121
Study Guide Sections What is Opera? Opera is a theatrical genre that uses music, movement and visual art to tell a story. Who is Wagner? He is one of the most influential and recognizable composers of all time because of his innovations. Die Walküre Wagner constructed his Die Walküre libretto from a range of ancient Norse and… Continue reading Die Walküre, Act One – Study Guide
Join us for Student Night Out! Sponsored by the Louise Baehr Martin Memorial Fund
FREE! Thursday, November 18, 20216:00 – 8:00 PMQ & C Hotel, Library and Den, 344 Camp St.