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October 19, 2024

2024-25 Season of Opera

Our 24/25 Opera Season opens on October 19, 2024! Subscribe today for full access to all our offerings, including La traviata, directed by Francesca Zambello, Handel's Rinaldo starring countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo, a new production of Cosi fan tutte directed by Yuval Sharon, and Anthony Davis' Pulitzer Prize winning opera The Central Park Five. Subscribe today!

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Upcoming Performances

2024-25 Season of Opera

October 19, 2024
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Our Opera Season opens on October 19 with Verdi's La traviata, directed by Francesca Zambello. Further offerings include Handel's Rinaldo, a new production of Così fan tutte directed by Yuval Sharon, and Anthony Davis' Pulitzer Prize winning opera The Central Park Five. Subscribe today!

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2024-25 Dance @ Detroit Opera Season

November 2, 2024
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Our Dance @ Detroit Opera Season opens November 2 with the Mark Morris Dance Group, and features innovative and comedic presentations by The Trocks, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Twyla Tharp Dance, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and Malandain Ballet Biarritz. Subscribe today!

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La traviata

October 19 - 27, 2024
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Elegance and grandeur abound in this updated 20th century setting of Verdi’s treasured opera. The vibrant Violetta falls in love with young nobleman Alfredo, but society tests their love and demands sacrifice. Will they find happiness before it is too late?

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News/Blog

Janáček, Nationalism, and Nature

In The Cunning Little Vixen, premiered in 1924, Janáček toes the line between realism and fantasy…

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Detroit Opera Announces the 2024-25 Resident Artists

After an international search, Detroit Opera has announced the five singers who will train in Detroit Opera’s Resident Artist Program during the 2024–25 season…

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What is (a) Happening?: Black Mountain College

John Cage came to Black Mountain College in April 1948. He, along with his partner and collaborative choreographer Merce Cunningham, was en route to the West Coast….

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Cage’s Legacy in Detroit: Techno, Free Jazz, Punk

“Where does beauty begin and where does it end?
Where it ends is where the artist begins.” – John Cage

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