Opera Company of Brooklyn (OCB) brings you our famous, casual and unique Bring Your Own Beverage (BYOB) Opera Series. Recent Press: Maestro Meetze named as an innovator in the world of music by Michigan State University’s College of Music; http://www.dnainfo.com; Facebook; OCB on YouTube About OCB OCB was founded in 2000 by Meetze when he was a teacher in […]
Click below on date/s for casting and to buy tickets. April 25, Brahms Liebeslieder Waltzes & Trouble in Tahiti May 9, Falstaff May 23, Faust June 6, Barber of Seville June 20, Salome July 11, Il Trovatore July 25, Elixer of Love August 8, Le Nozze di Figaro August 22, La Traviata September 12 La Rondine September 26, Otello October 10, Elektra October 24, Nabucco November 7, The Rakes Progress November […]
MISSION Opera Company of Brooklyn (OCB), the fourteen year old tax-exempt 501c3 non-profit, was created in Brooklyn to discover, prepare, promote and showcase upcoming important artists for their NYC debuts and to build new opera audiences for the future. In addition to OCB’s Grammy-nominated CD named by the Metropolitan Operas Opera News Magazine as one of the top ten of 2006, we embrace […]
OCB seeks interns 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 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OCB focuses on the beauty of the voice and 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 […]