Opera from the comfort of your home
Experience Opera Philadelphia's 2020–2021 season, reimagined for the screen.
Now live, the Opera Philadelphia Channel brings a full season into opera lovers’ homes via their television screens and streaming devices. Subscribe today.
Opera Philadelphia Channel
Opera Philadelphia's new streaming app, for viewing on computers and mobile devices, or via AppleTV, Android TV, Roku, FireTV, and Chromecast.
“With its own streaming service and a string of premieres, this company is setting the pace for virtual performances” The New York Times
The Lineup Discover the 20–21 Season
Including a new film of David T. Little’s Soldier Songs; performances starring tenor Lawrence Brownlee, including Cycles of My Being by Composer in Residence Tyshawn Sorey; and the digital premiere of 2015's La traviata starring soprano Lisette Oropesa.
Subscribe Get a full season of opera for only $99
Debuting this fall, the Opera Philadelphia Channel will be available through browsers, streaming apps, and smart TV, bringing the joy of opera into your home. Enjoy the full lineup, plus additional discussions and programming, for an introductory price of $99.
“From the safety and comfort of your couch, you can explore why Opera Philadelphia has become one of the notable purveyors in the classical music arena” The Broad Street Review
Reflection & Re-Vision A series of free lectures and discussions
Take a deeper look into the genre of opera by exploring both its musical and theatrical elements and engaging with non-musical scholars to gain a better cultural, social, and historical perspective.
FAQ How to Stream
Answers to all your questions about how to watch the 2020–2021 season on your devices.
“Opera Philadelphia is laying claim to the mantle of making new material during the pandemic” The New York Times
Advertising Be Part of the Opera Philadelphia Channel
The Opera Philadelphia Channel is anticipated to reach upwards of 5,000 demographically desirable viewers over the course of the season, bringing them an exciting mix of classic, new, and rare opera.
The Opera Philadelphia Channel has been made possible by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Disosway Foundation, Inc. and by Wyncote Foundation.
Audio descriptions for the Opera Philadelphia Channel have been underwritten by PECO.