Hear opera’s ultimate tenor-baritone duet.
Listen to some of Verdi’s bubbliest music.
Vinson Cole and Kathryn Gameroni were affectingly romantic as the star-crossed lovers.
Three of our favorite singers starred in this Verdi masterpiece.
One performance, one role, two tenors!
Carol Vaness made her role debut as The Marschallin and Maestro Asher Fisch won Artist-of-the-Year honors for conducting this revival of Bruno Schwengl’s lavish production.
Explore the 2006/07 Der Rosenkavalier Program!
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Our powerful first production of this Gluck masterwork.
This colorful and imaginative production will return in May 2014.
Hear the three great voices of the rescheduled Tosca after the earthquake.
“Death with honor before life with dishonor!” A strong production of Puccini’s great tragedy.
Seattle Opera’s first production of the show featuring opera’s most gorgeous tenor-baritone duet!
Three of Seattle’s favorite superstar singers braved the Nisqually earthquake during the run of this Puccini thriller.
Verdi’s most ambitious opera came thrillingly to life in this spectacular production.
This romantic French opera features the popular “Flower Duet” and the “Bell Song,” beloved of coloraturas of yesteryear.
Richard Stilwell, Sheri Greenawald, Vinson Cole and others starred in Mozart’s thought-provoking comedy.
A lovesick dope wins the help of his special lady with a magic love potion that’s really cheap red wine.
A beautiful (and beautifully sung) production of one of the most Romantic French operas.
Images highlighting 1991’s Anna Bolena
Check out the production which caused the first-ever Seattle Times opera-related phone-in poll!