Listen to some of the silliest music in all opera!
A home-grown team of young designers created a gorgeous production of Gluck’s masterpiece.
Bizet’s exotic bonbon returns, starring William Burden.
“I think this is getting too silly!”
One performance, one role, two tenors!
Explore the 2011/12 Orphee et Eurydice Program!
Explore the 2010/11 Lucia di Lammermoor Program!
Explore the 2009/10 Amelia Program!
Explore the 2008/09 The Pear Fishers Program!
Explore the 2007/08 Iphigenia in Tauris Program!
Explore the 2000/01 Falstaff Program!
Explore the 1999/2000 Lakme Program!
The first commission under Speight Jenkins’ leadership.
Seattle Opera’s beautiful world premiere from 2010.
Discover Seattle Opera and Metropolitan Opera’s co-production of Iphigénie en Tauride, claimed as a rare treasure, debuted in 2007.
New production featured a repurposed set from 2008’s “I PURITANI”.
William Burden as Orphée implores the Furies to return his Eurydice to him.
The second Seattle Opera staging of Verdi’s final opera was directed by Shakespearean veteran Chris Alexander.
This romantic French opera features the popular “Flower Duet” and the “Bell Song,” beloved of coloraturas of yesteryear.