Long Beach Opera 2021

Announcing LBO 2021

Season of Solidarity

Our 2021 Season of Solidarity is now on sale. Featuring LA premieres, new productions & world premieres, all curated by Yuval Sharon. LBO's 2021 season is filled with collaborations between some of the most exciting organizations and artists in the contemporary & classical music world.

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2020 Songbook

Sunday, November 15th 5:00 PM

2020 Songbook

Last season LBO launched a successful new series of “UnGalas.” This year we continue to redefine what a fundraiser can be with “The 2020 Songbook,” a live and fully virtual new music extravaganza featuring 20 world premiere pieces.

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A Virtual Seminar This October


This fall, LBO will debut a virtual seminar taught by LBO’s Director of Engagement and Equity Dr. Derrell Acon, entitled “Viva VERDI: Why Giuseppe and Gang Would Be BLM Activists”. Dr. Acon, a doctor and Fulbright scholar of 19th Century Opera History and Performance, as well as a renowned speaker on topics related to activism in the arts, will teach an 8-course seminar on how opera composers like Giuseppe Verdi used their art as a means of social advocacy and rebellion.

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Become a LBO Volunteer

Needed: ushers, program distributors, will call, etc. E-mail [email protected] and sign up to be a volunteer today!

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Student Rush Now Available

College students can purchase a Student Rush Ticket* for only $15 at the door.

*Must present a valid student ID to purchase. Subject to availability. Limit 1 ticket per student.

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This activity is supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency. Learn more at cac.ca.gov
Supported in part by a grant from the Arts Council for Long Beach and the City of Long Beach.
Long Beach Opera events are supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission