© Rozarii Lynch
L’italiana in Algeri Act One Finale

Listen to some of the silliest music in all opera!

© Elise Bakketun
2012 Orphée et Eurydice

A home-grown team of young designers created a gorgeous production of Gluck’s masterpiece.

© Rozarii Lynch
2008 Les pêcheurs de perles

Bizet’s exotic bonbon returns, starring William Burden.

© Wah Lui
2006 The Italian Girl in Algiers

“I think this is getting too silly!”

© Gary Smith
The “Lakmé” Tag-Team Tenor Triumph

One performance, one role, two tenors!

2011-12 Orphee et Eurydice Cover
2011/12 Orphée et Eurydice Program

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2010-11 Lucia di Lammermoor Cover
2010/11 Lucia di Lammermoor Program

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2009-10 Amelia Cover
2009/10 Amelia Program

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2008-09 Les pecheurs de perles Cover
2008/09 The Pearl Fishers Program

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2007-08 Iphigenia in Tauris Cover
2007/08 Iphigenia in Tauris Program

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2000-01 Falstaff Cover
2000/01 Falstaff Program

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1999-00 Lakme Cover
1999/2000 Lakme Program

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© Rozarii Lynch
2010 Amelia

The first commission under Speight Jenkins’ leadership.

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2010 Amelia

Seattle Opera’s beautiful world premiere from 2010.

Gluck’s Iphigénie en Tauride, 2007
2007 Iphigénie en Tauride

Discover Seattle Opera and Metropolitan Opera’s co-production of Iphigénie en Tauride, claimed as a rare treasure, debuted in 2007.

© Rozarii Lynch
2010 Lucia Di Lammermoor

New production featured a repurposed set from 2008’s “I PURITANI”.

© Elise Bakketun
William Burden as Orphée

William Burden as Orphée implores the Furies to return his Eurydice to him.

© Gary Smith
2001 Falstaff

The second Seattle Opera staging of Verdi’s final opera was directed by Shakespearean veteran Chris Alexander.

© Gary Smith
2000 Lakmé

This romantic French opera features the popular “Flower Duet” and the “Bell Song,” beloved of coloraturas of yesteryear.