Speight’s dreams come true with a match made in operatic heaven.
Speight gets the swan just the way he likes it!
The first full performance of Seattle Opera’s beloved “Green” Ring.
The Seattle debut of Christiane Libor, with Greer Grimsley as a delicious villain.
A rootin’, tootin’ barn-burner of a western with a strong Puccini cast.
Greer Grimsley stars as the perfect villain!
Explore the 2013 Ring Program!
Explore the 2012/13 Fidelio Program!
Explore the 2007/08 Tosca Program!
Explore the 2003/04 Girl of the West Program!
Explore the 2000/01 Tosca Program!
Explore the 1998/99 Faust Program!
Our first RING in McCaw Hall–and Greer Grimsley’s first Wotan.
Explore the 1995/96 Carmen Program!
From the 2009 Ring cycle performances
From the 2009 Ring
Watch Director’s Talk Video with Peter Kazaras
Watch a Video Excerpt
The unforgettable opera that opened McCaw Hall!
The “Green” Ring looked better than ever this summer.
Explore the 2010/11 Tristan and Isolde Program!
Explore the 2009 Ring Program!
Explore the 2007/08 Flying Dutchman Program!
Explore the 2005 Ring Program!
Explore the 2004/05 Lohengrin Program!
Explore the 2003/04 Parsifal Program!
Explore the 2001 Ring Program!
Explore the 1998/99 Tristan and Isolde Program!
Explore the 1994/95 Lohengrin Program!
A minimalist new production directed by Peter Kazaras that was inspired in part from the Ambrose Bierce short story “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge.”
Hear the three great voices of the rescheduled Tosca after the earthquake.
Listen to the voice of Seattle’s reigning king of the gods.
Hear two of the great Wagner voices of our time, at the peak of their powers.
Revival of the 1994 production directed by Stephen Wadsworth.
Greer Grimsley’s first Wagner opera—complete with giant animatronic swan!
Three-minute complilation of footage from the final dress rehearsal of 2009’s DAS RHEINGOLD.
Part one of our series previewing 2009 RING Cycle focused on the artists involved and their rehearsal process.
Three of Seattle’s favorite superstar singers braved the Nisqually earthquake during the run of this Puccini thriller.
Check out the production which caused the first-ever Seattle Times opera-related phone-in poll!