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Seattle Opera.

Per the latest public health recommendations from Governor Inslee and King County Public Health, all Seattle Opera public events through March 31, 2020 are canceled. At this time events in April and May will continue as scheduled, including our production of La bohème. Learn more >

Seattle Opera Select Events

You pick your premium experience with Seattle Opera Select Events! When you give at the Amethyst through Jade levels, you will have the opportunity to choose from a series of special opera experiences. Donors at the Ruby level and higher enjoy access to all Seattle Opera Select Events.

2019/20 SEASON

Rigoletto reimagined: Design and Execution 

Sunday, August 4, 2019 | 5:30 PM
Join Richard Roberts, Production Designer, and Doug Provost, Seattle Opera’s Director of Production, for a conversation about the set and costumes of our modern interpretation of Rigoletto. Afterward, follow the artists as they take the mainstage for the first time during the piano technical rehearsal. 


New Works: Creating the falling and the Rising

Thursday, November 14, 2019 | 7:00 PM
Dive into Seattle Opera’s new chamber opera, The Falling and the Rising, with composer, Zachary Redler, Librettist, Jerre Dye, and Seattle Opera’s Director of Programs & Partnerships, Alejandra Valarino Boyer. Learn more about the creation and execution of this original work addressing the service, sacrifice, and resilience of members of our armed forces.

COSTUME SHOP TOUR AND EUGENe ONEGIN PREVIEW 

Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Get up close and personal with Seattle Opera’s expansive costume collection over wine and hors d’oeuvres at one of our most popular events of the year! Costume Director Susan Davis will lead you on an immersive tour of the Opera Center’s Marks Family Foundation Costume Shop. After the tour, Susan and Seattle Opera Dramaturg Jonathan Dean will offer a preview of the costumes for Eugene Onegin. Come join the discussion of our upcoming production and how it fits into our long history of presenting Pushkin’s beloved masterpiece. 

SPOTLIGHT DINNERS 

August 8, 2019; October 17, 2019; January 9, 2020; February 20, 2020; and April 30, 2020
Dinners require advance purchase of $95 per person. Dress rehearsal passes will be deducted from the allotment determined by your donor benefit level.

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