We’re excited to announce the brand-new appointment of internationally acclaimed conductor Maestro Jay Meetze as Music Director and Conductor of The Atlantic Coast Opera Festival’s upcoming 2014 Season consisting of the bold and unique Double Bill PAGLIACCI/DIE POLNISCHE HOCHZEIT – the latter, by “Holocaust Composer” Joseph Beer’s pre-war “blockbuster”!!
CLICK TO VISIT THEIR KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN - SINGERS WANTED: Full lyric/spinto tenors, lyric baritones & bass baritones. Click here to email Ms. Beatrice Beer for details.
AUDITION, BLOW US AWAY & STAR WITH OCB! CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE A SEPTEMBER 4 AUDITION
Upcoming proposed TWO SEASONS: 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, The Telephone, Trouble in Tahiti, La Traviata.
We return to our popular BYOB Opera Series, in addition to Don Giovanni on October 1 at Barnard College. Fidelio will November-early December. Click here
for an audition on July 25. Click here
for an audition on August 31.
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OPERA COMPANY OF BROOKLYN MISSION & HISTORY
To present operas and broaden local cultural offerings through collaborations; to promote talent by providing them with performance opportunities. OCB, founded in 2000, creates accessible performances by drawing great artists from the rich resources of the New York Metro area, and allows them to share their enthusiasm and love for the art form with audiences.