Join us for a 90-minute concert of sacred and secular music, celebrating many faiths and many lands, as well as local traditions. And as lagniappe – the music of Puccini, on the eve of… Continue reading Home for the Holidays!
November 3, 2022 at 6:00 PM Can White People Write Black Opera? Panelists: Adonis Rose, Grammy-Award Winning Artist, Composer, Educator, and ProducerDr. Cynthia Cozette Lee, Composer, Flautist, Pianist, Poet, and… Continue reading Community Conversations
A Statement from Clare Burovac, General and Artistic Director, New Orleans Opera As a society, it is important to constantly assess, evaluate, and examine our social values – their… Continue reading Why Will Our Madame Butterfly be Different?
The fun starts before the opera begins … Meet us by the fountain in the Norman Treigle Plaza in front of the Mahalia Jackson Theater. The bar opens and the… Continue reading Rossini’s The Barber of Seville
The fun starts before the opera begins … Meet us by the fountain in the Norman Treigle Plaza in front of the Mahalia Jackson Theater. The bar opens and the… Continue reading Puccini’s Madame Butterfly
Admission is free, but registration is required. This event is currently at capacity. Please add your name to the waitlist by clicking here. FREE with reservation! Tickets are available on… Continue reading Akhnaten at New Orleans Museum of Art
Drinks, Music, and Games! Music Featuring mezzo-soprano Zara Zemmels and pianist Carol Rausch at 5:30 PM. Games Musical chairs on the stage at 6:00 PM. Play with us for your… Continue reading Meet Your Seat!
Debby Hirsch Wood and New Orleans Opera announce the recipient of the Spring 2022 Wood Operatic Advancement Grant. Congratulations to Julia Ernst! Mezzo-soprano Julia Anne Ernst is a sophomore studying… Continue reading Wood Operatic Grant Winner for Spring 2022
Soprano Lindsey Reynolds, 2015 winner of the Donald W. Wood Sr. Vocal Competition was recently accepted into the Lyric Opera of Chicago’s Young Artist Program. Last spring, more than 600… Continue reading Wood Competition Winner Joins the Lyric Opera of Chicago
The New Orleans Opera Association is committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination. NOOA values diversity, recognizing that our differences contribute to our strength as an arts… Continue reading New Orleans Opera Diversity/Equity Statement