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SUMMER 2018

Wolf Trap Opera’s mainstage season features new productions of Mozart’s Idomeneo, Gounod’s Romeo et Juliette (both at The Barns at Wolf Trap) and a new Filene Center production of Verdi’s Rigoletto.

Two additional productions are part of the WTO’s UNTRAPPED initiative: Weill’s The Seven Deadly Sins (part of the Halcyon By The People Festival) and Hanlon’s Listen, Wilhelmina! (at the Children’s Theatre-in-the-Woods at Wolf Trap National Park.)

Steven Blier returns to The Barns for a recital entitled The Art of Pleasure, and WTO’s signature interactive Aria Jukebox features the 2018 Filene Artists.

Tickets are on sale to Wolf Trap Members in early February and go on sale to the general public on Saturday, February 17.

2018 Season Performance Links

Don’t forget to check out our free video stream of the 2017 productions at The Barns!

From the Blog

2018 Filene Artists

Meet the 2018 Wolf Trap Opera Artists!


The 2018  Filene Artists Visit Wolf Trap’s website for performance listings to see what these amazing young professionals are singing this summer! Shows go on sale to the general public on February 17. (Wolf Trap members have access to tickets starting next week… I’m just sayin’…:)) SOPRANO MEZZO-SOPRANO TENOR BARITONE BASS-BARITONE / BASS Introducing the 2018

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NYFOS at The Barns for A’s and B’s!


Two big things coming up next week… We announce the 2018 Wolf Trap Opera season on February 1, and WTO favorite Steven Blier comes to The Barns on February 2! Steve is bringing the New York Festival of Song’s Arias and Barcarolles program to Wolf Trap, as part of the Leonard Bernstein at 100 celebration. The performance features duo pianos

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Save the Dates: Summer 2018


Even though repertoire and casting details aren’t available yet, I am happy to share next summer’s performance dates so you may consider them as you plan your opera festival and vacation travels. (Of course, I realize that without repertoire info attached, this is incomplete at best. So, no need to remind me… But some of

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