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Road Trip – Day 8: NYC’s Players Club

Central City Opera’s General/Artistic Director Pat Pearce hits the road, making his way from Denver to New York City for annual auditions. Experience his travels as he shares his inspiring insights, beautiful art, stunning performances and infamous friends along the way. DAY 8 “John Baril and Arthur Makar (Assistant to the Executive Director of CCO […]

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Road Trip – Day 5: John Moriarty

  Central City Opera’s General/Artistic Director Pat Pearce hits the road, making his way from Denver to New York City for annual auditions. Experience his travels as he shares his inspiring insights, beautiful art, stunning performances and infamous friends along the way. DAY 5 “On the road to see John Moriarty!” Gotta love New York […]

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Road Trip: Day 4 – Opera Philadelphia

Central City Opera’s General/Artistic Director Pat Pearce hits the road, making his way from Denver to New York City for annual auditions. Experience his travels as he shares his inspiring insights, beautiful art, stunning performances and infamous friends along the way. DAY 4 “Opening Night of Tancredi at Opera Philadelphia.” DAY 4 “The Academy of […]

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Central City Opera Podcast: Week Four – Shaping the Opera Stars of Tomorrow

This week’s episodes feature interviews with the Director and Administrator of the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation Artists Training Program, Michael Ehrman; the Principal Coach/Diction Coach, Michael Baitzer; soprano and Apprentice Artist Ashley Fabian (Kate in THE BALLAD OF BABY DOE, Shepherd Child in TOSCA, and Betty Braswell in THE IMPRESARIO); mezzo-soprano and Studio Artist Tatiana Ogan (Meg in […]

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“Tosca”: The Ultimate Historical Fiction

by Emily Murdock Tosca is one of the most performed and most loved operas of all time. Modern audiences may view it as a love triangle gone wrong – a soprano is caught between an idealistic tenor and a sadistic baritone – but experiencing the opera can be infinitely more enjoyable and exciting if one […]

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Horace Tabor’s Tumultuous Life: A Timeline

The man once called “Silver King of the West” left little behind other than his name and a tragic love story. Here are some key events in his tumultuous life: Nov. 26, 1830 – Horace Tabor born in Vermont. Worked as a teen in Maine quarry owned by Augusta Pierce’s father. 1855 – Tabor immigrates […]

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CENTRAL CITY OPERA (CCO) PARTNERS WITH TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (TUMC) TO PRESENT GIAN CARLO MENOTTI’S HOLIDAY CLASSIC FOR AUDIENCES OF ALL AGES:

AMAHL AND THE NIGHT VISITORS DECEMBER 11 TO 13 IN DENVER CCO AND TUMC PARTNER WITH METRO CARING FOR FOOD DONATIONS AND WOMEN’S HOMELESSNESS INITIATIVE & THE GATHERING PLACE TO OFFER A PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITY FOR DENVER’S HOMELESS & LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES   Denver, Colo. (November 19, 2015) – Central City Opera (CCO) partners with Trinity United […]

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A Bit of History on Central City Opera’s Education Programming

Editor’s Note: Today’s blog was written by Deborah Morrow, Director of Education & Community Engagement In the late 70s Central City Opera began formally offering education programs that toured to schools and other facilities.  Duain Wolfe, who also founded the Colorado Children’s Chorale and Colorado Symphony Chorus, instigated these programs.  He was CCO’s Artistic Administrator […]