Opera & Engagement

Videos and clips of Long Beach Opera productions, commentary from singers of past productions, and LBO Engagement material including the Community Conversations Series.

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Till the Fat Lady Sings: Opera and Body Image - Community Conversation

Our third and final virtual Community Conversation addresses Body Image in opera. Featured speaker & panelist Tracy Cox joins in conversation with bass-baritone Kyle Albertson, soprano, Joanna Ceja, & tenor Frederick Ballentine to share experiences and perspectives about body expectations in the world of opera.

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To IG or Not to IG: Opera in the Age of Social Media - Community Conversation

Long Beach Opera's Second Community Conversation of 2020, To IG or Not to IG: Opera in the Age of Social Media. Features renowned panelists and performers who discuss how social media influences their careers.

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Equity and Diversity in the Arts - Community Conversation

The first of Long Beach Opera's 2020 Community Conversations, Equity and Diversity in the Arts features a key note speech by revered scholar Dr. Naomi André, performances from some of today's most incredible talents including Solomon Howard, Julia Bullock and John Holiday, and an extended panel discussion from a diverse array of artists, scholars and activists on a variety of topics.

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Korey's Aria

Nathan Granner sings an Aria from The Central Park Five during rehearsal for the world premiere presented by LBO in 2019.

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The world premiere of the Long Beach Opera's "Fallujah", the first Opera composed about the Iraq war, in a live broadcast from the Army National Guard armory in Long Beach, California.

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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