Education initiatives allow students and teachers alike to learn about opera in a relaxed environment.
Opera is more than just music, drama, and stagecraft; opera can sweep you away to foreign lands and take you back in time, dazzle you with visual spectacles and exquisite music, and make you lose yourself in the experience of authentic emotions. It is the grand synthesis of literature, language, cultural diversity, visual and performing arts, and the universal human experience. Most of all, it is exciting!
Come explore the world of opera, on stage and behind the scenes, through our education programs. We hope you'll take advantage of the many ways opera can enrich your curriculum.
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Upcoming Educational Programs
Schools in Spartanburg and surrounding counties are invited each spring to a special program during the school day at a reduced ticket price, making opera more accessible for all students, regardless of age or background. This program provides a unique and affordable opportunity for local students to be introduced to opera through a familiar story, alongside their peers, and with the guidance of teachers.
Goldie B. Locks and the Three Singing Bears
a children's opera by John Davies!
Thursday March 5 at 9:30 am & 11:00 am
Friday, March 6 at 9:30 am
Tickets are $5 and payable at the door on the day of the performance. The production and subsequent question-and-answer with the cast will last approximately one hour total, and both will be located in the comfortable District 3 Community Auditorium at Broome High School.
If you would like to reserve seats for your school group to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of your group, contact information, preferred performance date and time, and the number of seats required for your group.
For more information about the opera, visit OperaTales.com