FREE OPERA TALKS
Opera Talks are 50-minute, interactive presentations led by LA Opera's Community Educators. The topics for each talk are listed below.
Community Educators are a volunteer group of LA Opera, in collaboration with the Opera League of Los Angeles. LA Opera's team of trained experts addresses civic and social organizations, philanthropic groups, schools and library audiences throughout Southern California, free of charge. You may select a presentation on any opera performed during our season at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, or we can customize a talk to suit your needs. Either way, you won't be disappointed!
Dates and Requirements: Community Educators will address groups of 15 or more people. For more information, please CLICK HERE to contact us via email or call 213.972.3157.
Tickets: Free of charge.
Deadline: Requests for Community Educators are accepted throughout the year.
The Library Project
Through LA Opera’s Education and Community Engagement department, we partner with local libraries in bringing opera talks, which are interactive presentations with audio-visual components. These lively opera talks can be scheduled as one or as a series to the Los Angeles community, free of charge.
CLICK HERE for the application.
Opera Talks in the community are generously supported by
City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs