Beginning Friday, January 11, Seattle Opera kicks off Search for Cinderella, a series of four digital scavenger hunts. Prizes include free opera tickets for the company’s upcoming production of Rossini’s Cinderella, as well as other valuable items that will remain top-secret until each new e-trail of clues is unveiled.
Fairy godmothers, pumpkin coaches, and wicked step sisters. It’s all part of the fun and fantasy of Cinderella! Bring the kids and come to McCaw Hall for a day of dancing, stories and crafts. It’s a great day for culture and learning just before the opening of Seattle Opera’s Cinderella!
After a play or concert, quench your thirst and satisfy your appetite at one of these excellent downtown venues for late night happy hour.
For some, nothing says Christmas quite like the Hallelujah Chorus. Fortunately, the Sound is filled with music from Handel’s Messiah this year, including Sing and Play Alongs, and a unique ballet and opera performance. Here are some of our favorites.
Seattle Opera welcomes the seven artists selected for the 2012/13 season of its Young Artists Program—a season given in celebration of the Verdi bicentennial.
Ever wanted to be an “extra” on a show or on the stage? The Seattle Opera is looking for extras for the upcoming Fidelio, and Locally Grown, a web series about quirky farmer’s markets is looking for extras for their show’s pilot shoot.
The Seattle Opera is proud to announce their upcoming performance of Beethoven’s only opera: Fidelio, the story of a devoted wife who rescues her husband, unjustly imprisoned for his political beliefs. Catch a free public preview, and then head to McCaw Hall for the entire performance.
The Seattle Opera kicks off its 2012-13 season this summer in blockbuster fashion with Turandot, Puccini’s final masterpiece. Turandot opens on Saturday, August 4 and runs for eight performances, through Saturday, August 18.
By night he sings of love. By day he dreams of fish: fly-fishing; fish habitats; his favorite fish, the mountain trout.
On Thursday, May 17, the Seattle Symphony will delight you with the only opera by composed by Béla Bartók. A castle filled with forbidden doors, a torture chamber, a jewel house, a garden and a lake of tears make for an eerie story about past lives and Bluebeard’s past wives.