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Glossary of Terms
Become conversant in opera terminology with this helpful glossary.

Voice Types
Learn the difference between a spinto soprano and a soubrette through this guide to voice types.

Online Learning
Access in-depth information on specific works and learn more about different facets of the art form through these online learning resources.

Resources for Educators
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OPERA America is dedicated to education, audience development and community services that increase all forms of opera appreciation. Whether you’re a new opera fan, an opera buff or somewhere in-between, these interactive educational resources can serve as your go-to guide to the art form.

At left, you’ll find an array of resources to take you through the operatic canon and grow your knowledge of opera’s history and technical aspects. To read current opera news, visit our recent headlines, and view the calendar to explore opera performances near you.
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