Listen to some of the silliest music in all opera!
Peter Kazaras directs Rossini’s popular comedy!
“I think this is getting too silly!”
Maurice Sendak’s beautiful production of Mozart’s fairy-tale.
A double-cast production: soprano Sarah Coburn performed Rosina one and mezzo Kate Lindsey in the other!
Explore the 2010/11 The Barber of Seville Program!
Explore the 2009/10 Falstaff Program!
Explore the 2006/07 L’Italiana in Algeri Program!
Explore the 2002/03 Norma Program!
Explore the 1998/99 Don Giovanni Program!
Explore the 1995/96 Cinderella Program!
Explore the 1993/94 Hansel and Gretel Program!
Explore the 1991/92 Lucia di Lammermoor Program!
Explore the 1990/91 Ballad of Baby Doe Program!
Explore the 1991/92 La Boheme Program!
Explore the 1987/88 Rigoletto Program!
Explore the 1987/88 Magic FluteM Program!
From the 2009 Ring cycle performances
Explore the 2009 Ring Program!
A unique revival in which the alternating Rosinas were performed by different voice types.
Angels aloft! And sliding down a giant playground slide in this familiar fairy-tale.
The playboy is punished! This Don G featured a heroic Ottavio and a despicable Giovanni.
Listen to Sally Wolf’s award-winning LUCIA Mad Scene!
Sally Wolf won Artist of the Year this season for her extraordinary Lucia.
This charming folk opera returned to Seattle Opera with an all-new cast.
A Cinderella comedy without the glass slipper–but with a hilariously pompous stepfather and a rogue servant.