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SUMMER 2018 IN REVIEW

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

Two additional productions were 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.)

A LOOK AHEAD AT 2019

The Summer 2019 season will be programmed and announced after Wolf Trap Opera’s annual nationwide audition tour in fall 2018. Repertoire will be chosen to best showcase the talents of the artists chosen during those auditions, and the 2019 season will be announced in January.

 

From the Blog

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Save the Dates: Summer 2019


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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Aria Frequency

Aria Frequency Lists Are Up!


Data nerds, rejoice, the aria lists from this fall’s audition tour are now available on our Audition Resources page. And, as a special bonus this year, the spreadsheet with tabs for all voice types is available as a Google Sheet for download, sorting, and churning here. A little under-the-hood info for those of you who follow and

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VC 2018

Upcoming: WTO Vocal Colors Recital in NYC


Going to be in NYC in a couple of weeks? Catch some sumptuous Wolf Trap Opera singing on Friday, November 9, when two of our 2018 Filene Artists — mezzo-soprano Megan Mikailovna Samarin and tenor Ian Koziara — take the stage at the National Opera Center, collaborating with WTO pianist/coach Joseph Li. The concert is part of Opera America’s Emerging Artist Recital Series,

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