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Opera for Educators

September 19 2020 – May 8, 2021

We are eager to do all that is necessary to ensure the safety of our fellow community members, staff, artists, educators, and students.

 

We have experts in music, history, languages and—of course—opera, ready to work with you to integrate opera into your classrooms.  Gorgeous music and experts discussing the latest in arts scholarship…sounds like a perfect Saturday to us. 

Things to know:

  • LAUSD salary points and UCLA extension credit are available. (Learn more about Salary Points and view our Homework Menu.) 
  • Seven sessions—including an arts integration day
  • Sessions are Saturdays from 9am to 3pm, through a remote platform until further notice.
  • Classes do not include admission to mainstage opera productions.

Fees:
$20 per individual session

2020/21 Season:
September 19 - Il Trovatore by Verdi
October 10 - Tannhäuser by Wagner
November 7 - The Anonymous Lover (L'amant anonyme) by Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges
January 23 - Don Giovanni by Mozart
February 13 - Contemporary Opera
March 20 - Opera in the Classroom
May 8 - Aida by Verdi

Individual sessions can be purchased below.

We are honored to share this video by pianist and tenor Charlie Kim from the April 25, 2020 session on Debussy's Pelléas & Mélisande.
From the Piano Bench: Debussy's Pelléas & Mélisande with Charlie Kim


For more talks from our recent virtual Opera for Educators sessions, visit our new LA Opera Connects' YouTube channel.
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Can't make a class? Browse through our lesson plans here.

Opera for educators - Educator guides

La Bohème by Giacomo Puccini (Sept. 2019)  
Eurydice by Matthew Aucoin (Jan. 2020)  
The Magic Flute by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Oct. 2019)  
Roberto Devereux by Gaetano Donizetti (Feb. 2020)  
Pelléas & Melisánde by Claude Debussy (April 2020)  
The Marriage of Figaro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (May 2020)  
Il Trovatore by Giuseppe Verdi (September 2020)  

 

Generous support for LA Opera professional development programs from
Susan Zolla, in memory of Edward M. Zolla

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