9/6 – Audition Dates 9/27, 7PM – $25 – Celebration of OCB, Artists and Board of Directors – Meet and Greet white wine reception at Opera America. 10/1, 8PM – $5-$35 -Don Giovanni with Barnard-Columbia Chamber Choir. 11/8, 7PM - Fidelio featuring Matthew Burns. Upcoming: Amahl and the Night Visitors, Amelia Goes to the Ball, Attila, Ballad of Baby Doe, Billy […]
The Barber of Seville, (Il barbiere di Siviglia) Barnard College, Columbia University and Opera Company of Brooklyn Presents Rossini’s The Barber of Seville, (Il barbiere di Siviglia) Friday, April 18, 8pm OCB in partnership with the Barnard-Columbia Chamber Choir will present Rossini’s The Barber of Seville, (Il barbiere di Siviglia), at The Glicker-Milstein Theater, a […]
Online Committees receive and reply to an email once a week, for one month. Reply to the email with at least one idea. For more fun, invite your friends to participate too. To meet each other in person, members should attend our Barber of Seville on 4/18, 8PM. If unable to make the show, please donate tickets […]
OCB is currently seeking interns for the upcoming 2013/14 season to help with marketing, administration, fundraising, and development. Interns receive free admission to all shows and gain valuable experience working for a non-profit arts organization. While the pay is pure gratitude, the rewards of getting involved on the ground-floor are great! College credit is available. If interested, please contact us […]
OCB takes performances out of the traditional opera house, doing away with formal and elaborate staging to bring audiences more intimate and affordable performances. In fact, OCB is famous for performing in unusual venues such as people’s living rooms, art galleries and even a parking garage! If you know of a private home, bar, coffee […]
Amahl and the Night Visitors, Amelia Goes to the Ball, Attila, Ballad of Baby Doe, Billy Budd, Elektra, Falstaff, Fidelio, La Fille du Regiment, Don Giovanni, Idomeneo, L'Italiana in Algeri, Nabucco, Oberon, The Rakes Progress, La Rondine, Der Rosenkavalier, Rusalka, Salome, The Saint of Bleeker Street, Street Scene, The Telephone, Trouble in Tahiti, La Traviata.