Opera Company of Philadelphia
The Opera Company of Philadelphia presents “The Magic Flute” from April 19th through the 28th.
“We’ve been working very hard to put opera in the city,” says general director David Devan, “and that can mean a whole bunch of things in terms of where we perform.”
Joel Gibbs, Talk Philly’s “Arts Ambassador”, spoke to Pat Ciarrocchi about some exciting events in the coming weeks.
The opera Company of Philadelphia performs Mozart’s The Abduction from the Seraglio at the Academy of Music from Feb.17th – 26th.
Talk Philly’s Arts Ambassador, Joel Gibbs, sat down with Pat Ciarrocchi to share information on some upcoming arts and culture events in the area.
The story lines may transport audiences to far-away places, but many of the Opera Company of Philadelphia’s productions are original works, created right in the City of Brotherly Love.
The Opera Company of Philadelphia Presents Puccini’s Tosca April 29th through May 8th at the Academy of Music.
Love the Arts in Philadelphia contributor Joel Gibbs stops by Talk Philly to discuss the arts in Philadelphia. Watch the interview … For more information on “Tosca,” at the Opera Company of Philadelphia from April […]
Ailyn Perez says their marriage does bring a certain context to the performance.
Philadelphia loves the opera. Whether you are a seasoned opera lover or a novice looking to experience this popular musical art form, there is a performance this season that will captivate you.
At the Reading Terminal Market the Opera Company of Philadelphia “spontaneously” burst into song from the opera Carmen.
“An opera company needs to have a bigger footprint than what we have in the opera house, so we started thinking about ways that we could infiltrate the city.”