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2023-24 Opera and Dance Season
October 7 - 15, 2023
An American soldier’s fantasy of Japan, seductive but harmful. A teenaged Japanese girl and a marriage that comes with an escape clause – for him. An all-Japanese and Japanese-American creative team transports Puccini’s tragedy to a fantastical contemporary setting where reality and dreams intersect.
Dance Theatre of Harlem
OCTOBER 21 - 22, 2023
George Balanchine's Allegro Brillante, set to Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 3, William Forsythe’s Blake Works IV (The Barre Project), set to music by James Blake, and Robert Garland’s Nyman String Quartet #2, set to music by Michael Nyman.
Arias and Overtures
October 28, 2023
In his first season as Music Director, Roberto Kalb brings the Detroit Opera Orchestra onstage for a concert featuring superstar singers including soprano Christine Goerke (Detroit Opera’s Associate Artistic Director), baritone Rod Gilfry, tenor Arturo Chacón-Cruz, soprano Mané Galoyan, countertenor Key’mon Murrah, and Detroit Opera’s Resident Artists. Music will range from Verdi and Bernstein to Spanish zarzuela selections—and much more.
Compañía Nacional de Danza: Carmen
January 17, 2024
Detroit Opera House debut! Spain’s Compañía Nacional de Danza will perform Carmen, in choreographer Johan Inger’s reimagined version of Georges Bizet’s opera. This will be the only U.S. performance of Inger’s Carmen during the company’s North American tour. The staging is a contemporary look at Prosper Mérimée’s story of passion and vengeance as seen through the eyes of a child.
March 8 - 10 2024
Detroit Opera Premiere, perfomed at Detroit's Gem Theatre! Pioneering composer John Cage reassembles European opera tradition as a collage. Stage action and the music itself are directed by a digital Europeraclock in place of a conductor. You’ll still hear famous arias, layered in a whole new way in Cage’s entertaining collage. The return of live theater to the Gem for the first time in a decade!
Batsheva Dance Company: MOMO
March 23 - 24, 2024
Detroit Opera House debut! An exceptional dancer and choreographer, Ohad Naharin has made Batsheva one of the greatest contemporary dance companies in the world. His new creation for the company’s 18 dancers, MOMO, premiered in Tel Aviv in December 2022 and is set to a soundtrack largely drawn from the album Landfall by Laurie Anderson and the Kronos Quartet.
Breaking the Waves
April 6 - 14, 2024
Missy Mazzoli and Royce Vavrek’s heart-wrenching opera tells the story of a woman – isolated, trapped in an extreme environment, with no way out – defending her marriage and defying her community of faith.
Detroit Opera Youth Chorus: Odyssey
April 20, 2024
Homer’s epic tale of a hero’s journey home has been wedded to the singing voice in Ben Moore and Kelley Rourke’s action-packed, colorful operatic rendition.
The Cunning Little Vixen
May 11 - 19, 2024
Human and animal worlds collide in Janáček’s enchanting, cinematic modern fable about a clever vixen who tries to outwit her captors. The production uses playful projections to transform singers into forest creatures, with hand-crafted animations that evoke the fable’s comic-strip origins.