OPERA America magazine
Spring 2017 Preview

Opera America is a quarterly magazine for those who produce, create, perform and enjoy opera. Featuring the voices of established and emerging leaders in the field, it examines important trends and explores new approaches.

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Past Issues of Opera America Magazine
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Volume 10: Fall 2016 — Summer 2017
Volume 9: Fall 2015 — Summer 2016
Volume 8: Fall 2014 — Summer 2015
Volume 7: Fall 2013 — Summer 2014
Volume 6: Fall 2012 — Summer 2013
Volume 5: Fall 2011 — Summer 2012
Volume 4: Fall 2010 — Summer 2011
Volume 3: Fall 2009 — Summer 2010
Volume 2: Fall 2008 — Summer 2009
Volume 1: Fall 2007 — Summer 2008
Other Publications
OPERA America Songbook
Believing that the creation of art should mark every special occasion, OPERA America commissioned the OPERA America Songbook in celebration of the opening of the National Opera Center in September 2012. Composers with strong ties to the organization were invited to write a song for voice and piano on the theme of opening a new home, the joy of singing or the excitement of new beginnings. This collection of songs represents the distinctive voices of some of today’s most important established and emerging opera composers. Produced by OPERA America, the Songbook was recorded, edited and mastered at Gurari Studios in New York City in the summer of 2012.

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Annual Field Report/Year in Review
The Year in Review and Annual Field Report are included in the winter issue of Opera America Magazine. The Year in Review highlights OPERA America’s programs, publications and events, in addition to capturing the artistic spirit of the past year. The Annual Field Report part provides a detailed look at the financial performance and financial trends in the opera industry. Prior to 2014, The Year in Review and Annual Field Report were issued together as a standalone publication. Please contact Vincent Covatto, organizational membership manager, at 646.699.5237 or by e-mail at VCovatto@operamerica.org to purchase.

Music! Words! Opera!
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The Perspectives Series
Perspectives is a four-volume essay collection designed to help guide singers through important career choices by providing insight and information from experts in the field. The authors — including general directors, managers, vocal coaches and accomplished singers — share their insights and advice about singing to help you succeed.
Audition Advice for Singers, already in its third printing, offers valuable tips from opera professionals on making a positive impression on judges before, during and after your audition.

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Please contact Vincent Covatto, organizational membership manager, at 646.699.5237 or by e-mail at VCovatto@operamerica.org to purchase.
Making Choices: A Singer’s Guide from Classrooms to Contracts answers questions singers have along their career path: Does a conservatory or a liberal arts college provide the best foundation? When is it time to move from training programs into professional contracts? What should you take into consideration when deciding whether to take on a new role?

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Please contact Vincent Covatto, organizational membership manager, at 646.699.5237 or by e-mail at VCovatto@operamerica.org to purchase.
The Singer/Manager Relationship covers such topics as the appropriate time to pursue management, how to find the right manager and how to build a strong working partnership.

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Please contact Vincent Covatto, organizational membership manager, at 646.699.5237 or by e-mail at VCovatto@operamerica.org to purchase.
Building and Managing Your Network presents valuable information about effective resumes and photos, mastering the art of networking, balancing your day job with a performing career and the ABCs of a successful financial future, including audits, benefits and contracts.

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Please contact Vincent Covatto, organizational membership manager, at 646.699.5237 or by e-mail at VCovatto@operamerica.org to purchase.
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