LA Opera 90012 mini-subscription

Are you a student in grades 7-12? Enter to win a free mini-subscription (for you and a chaperone) to see four dazzling and diverse operas. From the first note to the final bow, you’ll have prime seats. You’ll also meet people your age who love the arts as much as you do, through special events and dinners. All you have to do is tell us why you want to see an opera, and we’ll make sure you have an unforgettable experience.

2022/23 Season Dates and Operas

Omar by Rhiannon Giddens and Michael Abels
   Saturday, October 22, 2022, Performance at 7:30pm
Tosca by Giacomo Puccini
   Saturday, November 19, 2022, Performance at 7:30pm
The Marriage of Figaro by W.A. Mozart
   Sunday, February 4, 2023, Performance at 7:30pm 
Otello by Giuseppe Verdi
   Saturday, May 13, 2023, Performance at 7:30pm

LA Opera 90012 Ambassador Leadership Program

If you’re an alumnus of LA Opera 90012, we know you love opera. Share your knowledge, deepen your friendships and gain valuable experience as a 90012 Ambassador. You’ll have inside access to LA Opera administrators, be an integral part of the events, and learn how to give everyone access to this amazing art form. And of course, you’ll get to see all four operas in the mini-subscription, too.

Deadline to Apply:
Friday, September 30, 2022 by 5:00pm

APPLY NOW

The Fine Print: Accepted Participants will be middle school (7th/8th) or high school students. Priority will be given to students who have not participated in LA Opera 90012 in the past. Participants, with their legal chaperone who will be attending each performance with them, must be able to attend an online orientation on Wednesday, October 12, 2022 from 7:00pm. Applicants must also be able to attend all four operas.

To learn about other LA Opera Connects programs for students LOOK HERE or contact us at connects@laopera.org or 213.972.3157.

LA Opera is deeply grateful for the generous gifts supporting the 90012 program from  
Suzanne Rheinstein and two Anonymous Donors,  
in honor of Fred Rheinstein