Can you say G.O.A.T.? Giacomo Puccini’s Tosca, opening BLO’s 2017/18 Season on October 13, boasts one of the most heart-wrenching arias of all time: Vissi d'arte.
BLO is pleased to support the premieres of 13 original classroom operas this spring through our Create Your Own Opera Partnership residency program in greater Boston area schools. Students have worked hard to write, compose, design, and produce their own operas. BLO is pleased to support the premieres of 13 original classroom operas this spring through our Create Your Own Opera Partnership residency program in greater Boston area schools. Students have worked hard to write, compose, desig...
The sun is out, the temperatures are creeping up … it’s almost summertime in Boston! We can hardly wait. To celebrate, here are our 5 of our favorite summer moments in the operatic canon. Break out the sunscreen!
Nina Jones is a senior in high school at Worcester Academy. She volunteered 80+ hours over the course of three weeks to complete her graduation project, a school requirement that gives seniors the opportunity to learn, research, create, or volunteer in the “real world” and report on their findings.
Got summer #travelgoals? Giacomo Puccini’s Tosca, opening BLO’s 2017/18 Season on October 13, was loosely inspired by historical events and takes place in several of Rome’s iconic locations. When in Rome … take the Tosca tour, and discover the city through the eyes of one of opera’s ultimate divas!
BLO’s 40th Anniversary Season has been an incredible journey of music, drama, and joy across our great city. Take a look back through just some of the high notes with us. None of these efforts would happen without the support and commitment of our Subscribers, donors, ticket buyers, and wider community members. We are honored to be part of the cultural life of our city and dedicated to the vibrancy of opera in the 21st century.
BLO invites high school and college students to attend the final dress rehearsals of its productions. Often this is students’ first experience with opera. Student study materials are provided. In exchange for passes, BLO requests student responses about the production.
Reuniting Rosetta Cucchi, stage director, and John Conklin, BLO Artistic Advisor and scenic designer—the dramaturgical minds behind our 2015/16 Season La Bohème—this upcoming production of Mozart’s classic sets the action in an imaginary Italian villa in the 1950s, a world of luxury and cinematic style.
For many, The Marriage of Figaro represents the “perfect” opera—that elusive, ideal blend of sublime music and drama, humane comedy and human foible, social satire and compassionate resolution.