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Festival O19

"Opera in Philadelphia really can claim to offer something for everyone." - The Washington Post

The Love for Three Oranges
Academy of Music | Company Premiere

The Love for Three Oranges

Opulent stage design, a kingdom of colorful characters, and some of Prokofiev's most energetic, accessible music combine for a seriously funny opera about a melancholic prince and his cursed quest for love.

Semele
Perelman Theater | Company Premiere

Semele

Featuring Handel's most glorious orchestral and virtuosic vocal writing, Semele transports audiences to the world of Greek and Roman mythology and its larger-than-life personas: from lustful gods and vengeful goddesses to fallible mortals.

Denis & Katya
The Suzanne Roberts Theatre | World Premiere

Denis & Katya

Two 15-year-old runaways became the Romeo and Juliet of internet clickbait when they broadcast themselves live on social media during a standoff with Russian Special Forces. This multimedia production uses verbatim text to examine the vast public response to these events, what that reveals about our society, and what it means to make an opera out of it.

Let Me Die
FringeArts | World Premiere

Let Me Die

Joseph Keckler brings his sharp wit and rich, versatile voice to this world premiere "aria-logue" interweaving snippets of famous death scenes from dozens of canonic operas with his own music and signature comedic storytelling.

Curtis in Concert
Field Concert Hall

Curtis in Concert

Building on the success of Festival O18’s “Fridays at Field” recital series, emergent singers trained at Philadelphia’s prestigious Curtis Institute of Music once again perform in recital at the historic and intimate Field Concert Hall. 

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