Classroom Projects – Intermediate

Create an Opera Scene from Home! We are replacing our in-class engagements with an engaging program, where the students learn about singing, opera history, and then, they create their own opera scenes at home. We will provide a step by step manual – written at a 6th grade level for accessibility – as well as… Continue reading Classroom Projects – Intermediate

Opéra Nouvelle: Mozart and The Garden

SOLD OUT! New Orleans Opera and New Orleans Museum of Art are thrilled to continue our three-year collaborative partnership with the Opéra Nouvelle series. This year’s theme is “Mozart and the Garden.” The first half of this one-hour event is a fantastical journey through Mozart’s greatest hits – Le Nozze di Figaro, Don Giovanni, Così… Continue reading Opéra Nouvelle: Mozart and The Garden

Classroom Projects – Beginner

We are replacing our in-class engagements with an engaging program, where the students learn about singing, opera history, and then, they create their own opera scenes at home. We will provide a step by step manual – written at a 6th grade level for accessibility – as well as an accompanied video that leads them… Continue reading Classroom Projects – Beginner

Good News Friday from OPERA America

Good News Friday is a monthly space to talk about positive change, share good news from the field, and enjoy a chat with friends and colleagues. In August, special guests Héctor Armienta, Shadi Ghaheri, and Nicole Paiment joined us for conversation, opera games, and a performance of “Awoke as a Butterfly” from M. Butterfly by… Continue reading Good News Friday from OPERA America

Balcony Ballads

A New Series from the New Orleans Opera Education Department! This new series, proves the old axiom that necessity is the mother of invention. Dr. William Mouat, Education Director created this and Behind the Scenes series, with you in mind. He refers to these videos as “teaser-trailers.” Each of the four operas the company is… Continue reading Balcony Ballads