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St. Louis release party February 21 will feature composer Ricky Ian Gordon and librettist Royce Vavrek.
Opera Theatre of Saint Louis announces a change to the casting of its upcoming production of The Barber of Seville, which opens the 2015 Festival Season on Saturday, May 23.
Fundraiser benefits Opera Theatre’s long-running professional training programs for emerging opera artists and crew.
Grant to support production of Tobias Picker’s Emmeline.
Evening of song and caroling benefits artistic training and education programs.
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 Announces 2014-2015 Monsanto Artists-in-Training Students 23 students from 15 St. Louis City, County, and Metro East high schools chosen for AIT’s 25th year
Opera Theatre of Saint Louis has announced the 2014-2015 Monsanto Artists-in-Training class, for the program’s 25th year. Chosen through a highly competitive audition process, 23 high school students from across the St. Louis region will engage in weekly college-level vocal coaching from faculty at Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, Washington University, Webster University, and University of Missouri–St. Louis. The program culminates in a recital and scholarship competition at Sheldon Concert Hall on Sunday April 19, 2015 at 3 pm, where awards of over $12,000 in scholarshipswill be distributed.
Opera Theatre of Saint Louis’ Opera on the GO! Returns, Oct 18 – 31, Featuring The Pirates of Penzance
Program to visit twenty schools, with public performances in St. Louis and Washington, MO.
National and Local Artists Lift Their Voices in Support of Friends of Normandy Scholarship Fund at “#WithNormandy: A Concert for Peace & Unity”
Complete Artist List Announced for September 28 Concert at Normandy High School, including Denyce Graves, Christine Brewer, The Gene Dobbs Bradford Blues Experience, and multiple church choirs.
Arts and Community Organizations Join Forces to Present “#WithNormandy: A Concert for Peace & Unity” on September 28
Free Concert Highlights Spirituals and American Songs at Normandy High School, with Nationally Acclaimed Performers Denyce Graves and Christine Brewer, singing with the Normandy High School Choir.
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