Britten’s seductive, luminous score builds delicious tension to create one of opera’s greatest ghost stories Jan. 24-26.
When NBC approached legendary composer Gian Carlo Menotti to write the first ever opera for television opera, he was hesitant.
Almost 100 years ago, half of our country’s population was given the right to cast a ballot for the first time. In honor of this landmark moment in history, TPAC has joined over 40 other Nashville organizations to commemorate the centennial of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution granting women the right to vote.
If you’ve felt in a choral cocoon over the past months, Nashville Opera’s 2019-20 season is days away from metamorphosing with Madame Butterfly Oct. 10-12.
Roberta Ciuffo West, TPAC’s Executive Vice President for Education and Community Engagement, reflects on the upcoming 2019-20 HOT Season for Young People and how it connects to classroom learning.
Tales of Hoffmann is an opera unlike any that Nashville audiences have seen before, and Nashville Opera Artistic Director John Hoomes knows that it is a […]
Bursting with new works, contemporary hits and big regional premieres, the 2018-19 seasons of Nashville Repertory Theatre, Nashville Ballet, and Nashville Opera promise to entertain and inspire.
Take a 60’s cult movie, set it to a new operatic score, add live singers and orchestra, and you get a fantastic night of over-the-top fun. Hercules vs Vampires, Patrick Morganelli’s new opera, was written to accompany Mario Bava’s 1961 cult movie of the same name, a sword-and-sandal film that is wildly operatic in scope.