PRESS RELEASEJanuary 26, 2015For Immediate ReleaseContact:Laura Schairer480firstname.lastname@example.orgARIZONA OPERA ANNOUNCES45TH ANNIVERSARY SEASONPresented bySeason of "firsts" including a U.S. opera company premiere, three operas never before seen in Arizona, and twenty company deb…
Catch Hye Jung Lee in Sunday's TSO concert and in TCA's 'Carmina Burana' next weekend.
Donors have stepped up, says Arizona Opera's Ryan Taylor.
Arizona Opera has added a fifth opera to its 2013-14 Tucson season.
Arizona Opera finds lovable relationship in terrific voices and wonderful humor.
Deal good through noon Thursday.
Events starting Friday include outreach with local schools.
Just when you thought you were experiencing a happy ending at Arizona Opera’s first-ever production of Gluck’s “Orfeo ed Euridice,” the director, Lillian Groag, threw in a twist.
Gluck's "Orfeo ed Erudice" is at its core a love story: Boy must rescue girl from the depths of hell.
Talk about your tough calls: Between Arizona Opera at Tucson Music Hall at 7:30 tonight, Club Crawl on 25 stages down the street off Congress Street, the world's greatest cellist at Centennial Hall a few miles away or the a country up-and-comer at the Pima County Fair, you can find somethi…
Arizona Opera has extended its 40 percent off ticket sale for this weekend's run of "Oreo ed
Taking a chance on art can be a hard sell if you're wading into unknown waters.
"Aida" is grand opera, and few spectacles can match the triumphal procession of Act 2.
Arizona Opera has mounted Verdi's masterpiece "Aida" just three times in the company's 40-year history - most recently in 1998-99 - but probably never like this before.
Mozart's "Don Giovanni" has some splendid music that's perfect
in a fully staged performance or concert setting.
Soprano Christine Brewer says it was the hardest decision of her
professional career - pulling out of the Metropolitan Opera's
"Ring" cycle last spring.