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Web Site:http://www.bronxopera.org/
Phone:(718) 365-4209
Fax:(347) 427-6888
Address:5 Minerva Place, 2J
Bronx, NY 10468
United States
Bronx Opera
Budget Level: 5

The Bronx Opera Company (BxO) is celebrating our 52nd Season as the only non-Lincoln Center opera company in entire New York City Metropolitan Area to have produced each year since our founding in 1967. BxO’s mission is to present operas as fully integrated works of musical theater set to great music by great composers, and to broaden the audience for our art form. This broadening is accomplished by keeping ticket prices low (there is no ticket to a Bronx Opera performance that costs more than $35); by performing all operas in English; and by the work we do with Schools and Community Organizations in The Bronx. All of this work strengthens BxO, enabling us to carry the banner of The Bronx throughout the region and nationally. All productions are sung in English and are performed with our fully professional orchestra and chorus, fully staged and costumed. The company is open to all individuals to participate based on their talent. In the words of Opera News, “The Bronx Opera's crowd, like the company's enthusiastic, sonorous chorus, is (hearteningly) among the most racially integrated to be seen in New York; encouraging the attendance of so many young people marks a positive contribution to the art form.” 
Gail TweedyPublic Relations Manager (Alley Cat Public Relations)
Benjamin  SpiermanGeneral Director
Michael  SpiermanArtistic Director
Emanuel NadelmanTreasurer
ScottH.SchneiderProduction Manager
Eric KramerAssociate Conductor
MichaelC.HaiglerChorus Master
Robert McGowanDirector of Community Programs
TitleComposerOpening Night
The MikadoSullivanSaturday, April 27, 2019
The ConsulMenottiSaturday, January 12, 2019
Der Freischützvon WeberSaturday, May 5, 2018
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