• May 6, 2021

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El Paso Opera awarded $20k OPERA America Next Stage Gran

El Paso Opera officials announced Tuesday afternoon that the company is the recipient of OPERA America’s Next Stage Grant.  “This $20,000 grant donation will help support El Paso Opera’s March 2022 production of FRIDA, an opera based on the life, love and art of Frida Kahlo and composed by Robert Xavier Rodriguez,” company officials shared […]Read More

The Outlet Shoppes at El Paso to host live Opera

The Outlet Shoppes at El Paso will present the inaugural El Paso Opera’s First Fridays, as part of a series of performances that occur throughout the city all year-round. “Opera is a beautiful art form that should be enjoyed by everyone regardless of age, demographic and financial circumstance. Providing free performances allows us to ensure […]Read More

El Paso Opera’s upcoming show, Bon Appétit! to be live

El Paso Opera officials announced Wednesday that Bon Appétit! – originally planned for March 2020 and had to be cancelled due to the pandemic – will finally hit the stage in February. Officials say that Bon Appétit! will be a Live-Streamed event via El Paso Opera’s YouTube channel on Saturday, February 6 at 7:30pm.  Tickets […]Read More

El Paso Opera, Opera UTEP Collaborate to promote Latinx performers

Officials with the El Paso Opera and Opera UTEP announced Giving Voice, a collaboration between the two organizations that is the first in a new annual series amplifying Latinx opera singers locally and nationally. For this inaugural year, accomplished homegrown Mexican-American baritone, Luis Alejandro Orozco will be the honored headlining artist. Orozco’s residency will include […]Read More

Video+Story: El Paso Opera rolls out Curbside Opera

With concerts and musical performances sidelined due to the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the El Paso Opera decided to hit the road and bring the music to their fans. “Right now it is disappointing to not be able to gather and enjoy live performances,” El Paso Opera officials said. “We share your disappointment and has […]Read More

El Paso Opera to kick off new year with Pagliacci

One of opera’s most treasured works, Pagliacci is a frighteningly timeless tale of passion, jealousy and revenge. Canio is a clown who must entertain the townspeople while masking his tears and rage after learning that his wife Nedda has betrayed him with another man.  This Italian masterpiece by Ruggero Leoncavallo contains one of the most famous tenor arias in history and culminates […]Read More

El Paso Opera announces 2019-2020 Resident Artists, free performances

As part of their new community outreach program, El Paso Opera officials unveiled their new ‘First Fridays series.’ According to El Paso Opera officials, First Fridays will be free performances on the first Friday of every month with a different location each month. “With this monthly First Fridays series, El Paso Opera will provide free […]Read More

El Paso Opera announces lineup for 2019-2020 Season

On Thursday, the El Paso Opera announced the lineup for its 26th Season of performances, set to take the stage starting September 13, with the annual gala fundraiser Encores & Overtures. Opera officials share that this year’s Encores & Overtures: A Superstitous Soirée will feature performances headlined by Kellie Rumba Rattay and featuring circus performance […]Read More

El Paso Opera President Honored With National Award

El Paso Opera’s Board of Trustees President, Stacey Hunt Spier, has been recognized nationally by OPERA America. Ms. Hunt Spier has been chosen as a recipient of the 2019 National Opera Trustee Recognition Awards for her work on behalf of El Paso Opera. These awards honor outstanding trustees of U.S. opera companies for their exemplary […]Read More

El Paso Opera Names Arianne Pasqualone Marcee as New Executive

Thursday morning, officials with the El Paso Opera announced Arianne Pasqualone Marcee as their new Executive Director. Originally from northeastern Ohio, Arianne moved here as a child. She chose to return to El Paso after her undergraduate work at Texas A&M University and contribute to the city’s brain gain as she recognized everything El Paso […]Read More