Seattle Opera To Reopen This Fall

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Seattle Opera To Reopen This Fall

The Seattle Opera is coming back this fall with La Bohème!

It’s been more than a year since we last enjoyed in-person performances at the Seattle Opera due to COVID-19 restrictions. Luckily, the Opera will be reopening this fall, and they’ve already announced their 2021/2022 season. 

The season will include: 

La Bohème

Where: McCaw Hall

When: October 16 – 30, 2021 

Music by Giacomo Puccini

Libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa 

An opera classic of love and loss. 


Orpheus & Eurydice

Where: Tagney Jones Hall, Opera Center 

When: January 12 -30

Music by Christopher Willibald Gluck 

Libretto by Ranieri de’Calzabigi 

Travel with Orpheus to see how far he would be willing to go for true love. He’ll try to rescue his beloved wife Eurydice from the underworld. 




Where: McCaw Hall 

When: February 26-27 

March 2-12

Music by Jeanine Tesori

Libretto by Tazewell Thompson

Blue was de 2020 winner for Best New Opera by the Music Critics Association. This is a portrait of contemporary African-American life. 

In addition to Main Stage productions, the company will also offer a one-night-only recital by tenor Lawrence Brownlee on April 29, 2022. 


We know it seems like October is too far away for us to see La Bohème live on stage. Meanwhile, if you’re craving some opera, you can still buy tickets for the live streaming show Tosca.

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