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02-27-2014

"What's In a Name?" A Talk with Annie Burridge

Annie Burridge, our Senior Vice President of Institutional Advancement, presents her talk "What's In a Name? The Rebranding of Opera Philadelphia" in this just-released video as part of the Innovator Series with Tessitura Network.

02-04-2014

Social Media Night @ the Opera!

Opera Philadelphia hosted a small group of media members, bloggers and Twitter fans for our first Social Media Night @ the Opera on Friday, Feb.

01-15-2014

Opera Philadelphia Studying the Needs of Today's Arts Consumers with Help from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage

Opera Philadelphia is developing new programs and strengthening its response to the changing needs of contemporary audiences with the help of an inaugural Advancement Grant from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

09-18-2013

Andrew Norman Joins Opera Philadelphia as Third Composer in Residence

Opera Philadelphia’s renowned Composer in Residence program, in collaboration with Gotham Chamber Opera and Music-Theatre Group in New York, is adding a third young composer to its ranks.

09-05-2013

How NABUCCO turned Verdi into Italy's Musical Conscience

Verdi’s Nabucco is perhaps best known for “Va, pensiero (The Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves),” which attained both musical and political significance when the opera premiered in 1842.

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