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Bronx Opera’s 50th Anniversary Season

Operas devoted to the adventures of Sir John Falstaff

Ralph Vaughan Williams’

Sir John in Love

January 14 and 15, 2017 @ Lovinger Theatre, Lehman College

January 21 and 22, 2017 @ Kaye Playhouse, Hunter College

Giuseppe Verdi’s

Falstaff

April 29 and 30, 2017 @ Lovinger Theatre, Lehman College

May 6 and 7, 2017 @ Kaye Playhouse, Hunter College

Our History

The Bronx Opera Company has been producing English-sung operas in the state of New York since 1967.

Gallery

Our staged productions are minimal, but capture the imagination, creating grand new worlds with simple and elegant sets.

Community Work

We take pride in giving back artistically to our community via arts education programs and the Orchestra of the Bronx.

Our History

The Bronx Opera Company has been producing English-sung operas in the state of New York since 1967.

Gallery

Our staged productions are minimal, but capture the imagination, creating grand new worlds with simple and elegant sets.

Community Work

We take pride in giving back artistically to our community via arts education programs and the Orchestra of the Bronx.

The Critics Speak!

…a typically polished effort that bubbled with musical and dramatic life from start to finish.

NEW YORK MAGAZINE

Inventive stagings and impressive cast.

THE NEW YORK TIMES

I used to think opera sucks . . . not any more.

MEGAN BERRY, P.S. 46, THE BRONX

If this were the best of all possible worlds, there would be Bronx Operas going strong in every neighborhood of the country, melding local folks and promising youngsters in deftly staged productions of the rare and the common, feeding the grand companies with new talent and helping opera itself to thrive. This is, however, New York, so we must be cheered by the mere existence of this little gem of a company.

NEW YORK NEWSDAY

A consistently appealing quality of a Bronx Opera production is the engaging sense of community that pervades the performance – without, I hasten to say, any hint of slighting high professional standards.

NEW YORK MAGAZINE

…seldom have I had so much fun.

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

People were turned away in droves from the Bronx Opera Co.’s sold-out performance of Douglas Moore’s ‘The Ballad of Baby Doe’…Bronx Opera’s production captured the story’s excitement splendidly.

DAILY NEWS

Sometimes eager, fresh, young singers can vitalize an operatic staple that seasoned professionals take for granted, and this talented cast communicated all the excitement of a masterpiece discovered for the first time.

NEW YORK MAGAZINE

Consistently first-rate.

NEW YORK TIMES

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