Streaming Performances
The following companies are offering performances that can be streamed online:
  • Against the Grain Theatre is offering its complete La bohème on YouTube. Watch >>
  • The American Opera Project is offering videos of As One and Harriet Tubman: When I Crossed That Line to Freedom on its homepage, and additional titles will be added in the future. Watch >>
  • Arizona Opera is presenting a Living Room Concert, featuring Jennifer Johnson Cano and Christopher Cano, this Friday, March 27, at 2:00 p.m. PDT. Watch >>
  • Austin Opera is streaming performances every Friday at 3:00 p.m. CDT on its Facebook page and YouTube channel, and streams will be available for later viewing on the company’s website. Watch >>
  • Beth Morrison Projects is offering a different streaming opera each week on its home page. Watch >>
  • Boston Lyric Opera and WCRB Classical Radio Boston are offering an audio recording of BLO’s final dress rehearsal of Norma, beginning March 29 at 3:00 p.m. EDT. Listen >>
  • The Dallas Opera, in collaboration with baritone Lucas Meachem and pianist Irina Meachem, presented a recital of excerpts from Don Carlo on March 16. Watch >>
  • The Industry is offering a video of Sweet Land, by Raven Chacon, Du Yun, Aja Couchois, Duncan and Douglas Kearney. A modest viewing fee will allow the company fully pay the artists and crew of the production. Watch >>
  • LA Opera is presenting an LAO at Home recital series, benefiting the Artist Relief Tree, on its Facebook page. Watch >>
  • The Metropolitan Opera is offering live streams of its Live in HD series every night at 7:30 p.m. ET, and videos will remain active for 23 hours. Watch >>
  • New Camerata Opera is offering a variety of opera films, and this spring the company will release new episodes of #theivesproject, as well as and a new opera film, Julie, by Whitney George and librettist Lila Palmer. Watch >>
  • On Site Opera is hosting live-streaming “watch parties” of past productions on its Facebook page every Monday at noon EDT through mid-April. Archival videos will remain on the company’s YouTube channel through April. Watch >>
  • Opéra de Québec is posting clips of past productions on its YouTube channel. Watch >>
  • Opéra Louisiane is offering videos of past productions every week on its Facebook page. Watch >>
  • Opera Memphis is presenting pop-up performances in neighborhoods throughout Memphis and streaming them on Facebook. Watch >>
  • Opera Omaha is offering variety of digital content on a weekly basis, including daily Holland Community Opera Fellowship activities, original artistic content and MetHD prelude talks in partnership with multiple opera companies. Learn more >>
  • Opera on Tap is offering streaming performances via Emmie and Harry’s, an online cabaret club. Watch >>
  • Opera Philadelphia is offering an audio webcast of Missy Mazzoli and Royce Vavrek's Breaking the Waves. Listen >>
  • Regina Opera Company is offering a video of its 2017 La traviata. Watch >>
  • Seattle Opera is offering a variety of digital content, including video playlists, family-friendly Opera Time sessions, new podcasts and streaming Opera Talks. Learn more >>
  • The U.S. Army Field Band will be live streaming The Falling and the Rising, by Jerre Dye and Zach Redler, this Sunday, March 29, at 1:00 p.m. EDT. It will be followed by a live discussion with the creators and the opera’s producer, Sergeant First Class Ben Hilgert. Watch >>
  • Queen City Opera is offering videos of all its past productions. Watch >>
If your company is offering streaming content, please let us know by emailing and tagging @operaamerica in your related social media posts.

Performances in the Next 7 Days
Opéra de MontréalLa Voix humainePoulencSaturday, March 28, 2020
Opéra de MontréalL’hiver attend beaucoup de moiJobidonSaturday, March 28, 2020
El Paso OperaBon Appétit!HoibySunday, March 29, 2020
Opera on the JamesThe Barber of SevilleRossiniSunday, March 29, 2020
On Site OperaPygmalionRameauMonday, March 30, 2020
Metropolitan OperaMadama ButterflyPucciniWednesday, April 1, 2020
Fargo-Moorhead OperaCavalleria rusticanaMascagniFriday, April 3, 2020
Metropolitan OperaLa CenerentolaRossiniFriday, April 3, 2020
Opera in the HeightsEugene OneginTchaikovskyFriday, April 3, 2020
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