Opera America Magazine
Opera America Magazine is a quarterly publication for the industry’s stakeholders: the people who create, produce, perform, and enjoy opera.
Cover Image: Morgan Smith and the cast of The Dallas Opera’s 2010 world premiere of Moby-Dick, by Jake Heggie and Gene Scheer (photo: Karen Almond/Dallas Opera)
Cover Image: Lawrence Brownlee in La fille du régiment at the Metropolitan Opera in 2011 (photo: Marty Sohl)
Cover Illustration: Adam Simpson
Cover Illustration: Mike McQuade | Photo: Andriana Chuchman in Nixon in China at Houston Grand Opera, 2017 (photo: Lynn Lane)
Cover Image: Carlisle Floyd’s Of Mice and Men at Seattle Opera in 1976, with Robert Moulson as Lennie and Kathy Knight as Curley’s Wife (photo: Des Gates)
Cover Image: Bass-baritone Jonathan Woody at OPERA America’s National Opera Center (photo: Sam Reiss)
Cover Image: Shakèd Bar in Juilliard Opera's Dido and Aeneas, directed by Mary Birnbaum (photo: Rosalie O'Connor)
Cover Illustration: Made Visible Studio
Cover Illustration: Made Visible Studio | Photo: Susanna Phillips in the 2016 Metropolitan Opera production of Kaija Saariaho’s L’Amour de loin (photo: Getty Images)
It addresses the issues most important to industry professionals, from marketing strategies and governance practices to the exciting new repertoire that is redefining opera for the 21st century. It offers an exclusive insider’s perspective on the industry and its players, with an emphasis on the innovations that are transforming the field.
The magazine is distributed in print form to all organizational and individual members. Select highlights and older issues are available online to everyone, with full premium content reserved for members. To learn about becoming a member, visit Membership.
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