Saturday Mornings At The Opera
LA Opera thinks you're never too young to enjoy the classics. With that in mind, we are proud to present two Saturday morning, hour-long, interactive performances. Delight in familiar arias and wander through enchanting tales of adventure in both original works and beloved favorites adapted for children.
Fun and creative workshops for children before each performance add to the excitement and prepare the audience with art and music-making activities.
FIGARO'S AMERICAN ADVENTURE
FEBRUARY 4, 2017
Figaro's American Adventure is a wildly imaginative and engaging celebration of Rossini’s opera, The Barber of Seville, composed and directed by Eli Villanueva with a libretto by LeRoy Villanueva. Children are transported to colonial America where, with his band of sneaky barbers and colonial compatriots, Figaro leads us on a delightful musical goose chase. Ultimately, he outsmarts his adversary and love triumphs as he helps his friend the Count win the hand of his beloved Rosina.
PUCCINI OPERA TALES
MARCH 18, 2017
Perfect for the whole family, Puccini Opera Tales is an entertaining introduction to the wonderful stories and melodies of one of opera's most beloved composers, Giacomo Puccini. With humor and heart, Opera Tales celebrates the power of story and music wedded together. Travel with our "opera pals" from LA Opera through the magical moments of some of Puccini's greatest stories:
The Girl of the Golden West, Turandot, and Gianni Schicchi.
Art workshops: 10:00am
Performances: 11:00am (Running time is one hour.)
Location: Eva and Marc Stern Grand Hall of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion at the Music Center
Click the links above or call our box office at 213.972.8001 to purchase tickets.
Tickets are $15. ALL children, regardless of age, must have a ticket to attend the performance. There is a 10 ticket maximum per household.
For additional information, please contact us EduCom@LAOpera.org or 213.972.3157.