Image of Opera Atelier Lucio Silla production in Salzburg, Germany.

Opera Atelier Debuts Mozart’s Lucio Silla

The premiere of Mozart's Lucio Silla is a special one for Canadian opera fans as it is the first time the composer’s masterpiece will be produced in Canada. This is Mozart's first masterpiece, where love proves more powerful than the tyranny of Rome’s infamous dictator. You’ll find passion, intrigue and redemption in an opera that is notoriously challenging for singers.
(l-r) Josef Wagner as Figaro and Uli Kirsch as Cherubim in the Canadian Opera Company’s production of The Marriage of Figaro, 2016, photo: Michael Cooper

For the love of Opera: Marriage of Figaro

Mozart and Da Ponte crafted timeless characters that work well together. Mount that with simply beautiful music and you have the makings of a thoroughly enjoyable night at the opera. Debus hoped “we all should leave the hall uplifted and energised,” and we certainly do.
The Canadian Tenors

An Evening with the Canadian Tenors

Canadian Tenors Acoustically the ACC was actually a good venue for the Canadian Tenors performance. It helped boost their voices without an echo, which is important when paying tribute to Elvis Presley and ...
Lauren Segal as Flora (centre) in a scene from the Canadian Opera Company's production of La Traviata, 2015.

For the Love of Opera: La Traviata

Giuseppe Verdi’s La Traviata, like so many operatic love stories, ends in tragedy. Director Arin Arbus has blessed audience goers at the Canadian Opera Company by casting