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Funding will be used to extend New Works, Bold Voices series into 2020.
Opera Theatre of Saint Louis Launches Opera Tastings, a New Series to Introduce Newcomers to the Many Flavors of Opera, March 26, 27, and 28
Interactive concert experience pairs wine and small bites with musical selections at Herbie’s 72, Moulin, and The Dark Room for only $10.
Eleven Opera Companies Receive a Total of $150,000 to Engage Audiences in New American Opera.
St. Louis release party February 21 will feature composer Ricky Ian Gordon and librettist Royce Vavrek.
Increased Ticket Sales, Fundraising Support, and Endowment Growth Contribute to Strong Close to Opera Theatre’s 2014 Fiscal Year
OTSL ends its 39th fiscal year with record $5.3 million in annual fundraising; new donors contribute in record numbers, increasing by 203%.
Opera Theatre of Saint Louis Welcomes the Addition of Three New Staff Members in Public Relations, Production, and Development
Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, which recently concluded its 39th season announce the hire of three staff members this summer, as the company begins to prepare for its 40th anniversary season.
Opera Theatre’s 39th Season Breaks Records, Growing New Audiences, International Recognition, and Community Access
Increases in “Young Friends” audiences, subscription sales, and international attendance mark significant growth for St. Louis company.
Record set for new subscribership and Young Friends subscription program, new subscription series added for 2015 to respond to high demand.
Opera Theatre to Celebrate the Launch of the Wells Fargo Advisors 2014 Festival Season with the “27” Gala, May 17 at Union Station
Saturday, May 17,Opera Theatre will launch its 39th festival season with the “27” Gala, at Union Station. The gala will celebrate the world premiere of Ricky Ian Gordon and Royce Vavrek’s “27,” commissioned by Opera Theatre of Saint Louis as its 24th world premiere and the second installment of the New Works, Bold Voices cycle of new American operas. The opera is inspired by Gertrude Stein and legendary artists and writers Matisse, Cézanne, Picasso, Hemingway, and Man Ray who gathered in her private salon at 27 rue de Fleurus in Paris.
Terence Blanchard and Michael Cristofer’s CHAMPION, which received its world premiere at Opera Theatre in June 2013, is one of five finalists for “World Premiere” of the year in the 2014 International Opera Awards
St. Louis, MO, February 14, 2014 – Opera Theatre’s 2013 world premiere Champion, which was co-commissioned with Jazz St. Louis, continues to garner international recognition with the February 13 announcement from the 2014 International Opera Awards that the opera, by composer Terence Blanchard and librettist Michael Cristofer, has been named one of five finalists in the category of “world premiere.” The award will be given on April 7 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. Champion is the only finalist in the category written by both an American composer and an American librettist.
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