Learn About Opera!

Opera is a multi-faceted art form, rich in fascinating history and colorful personalities. There is always something more to learn about opera, and Pittsburgh Opera provides a wide variety of programs to help you explore individual operas and the field in general. 

Education Programs at Pittsburgh Opera translate this multi-disciplinary art form into relevant, engaging, and enriching experiences for educators, students, schools, families, and adults. Join us to learn more.

Educators

• Workshops for Educators
• Opera Academy

Students

• Student Matinee for grades 3-12
• High School Apprentices
• High School Vocal Mock Auditions

Schools

• Opera Trunks with In-School Presentations: Carmen, Madama Butterfly, and Opera Improv Trunks
• Opera Opportunity tickets for underserved schools

Families

Opera Connections

Adults

• Audio Description at Tuesday performances
• Volunteer Opportunities

Everyone

• Individual Opera Study Guides
• Watch a video showing two makeup transformations in time-lapse GIGAPAN photography


For more information about Pittsburgh Opera’s Education Programs, please contact 
Marilyn Michalka Egan, Ph.D., Director of Education, at 412-281-0912, ext. 242. 

Please note: Most programs require registration in advance. Unless otherwise noted, all education programs occur at Pittsburgh Opera, 2425 Liberty Avenue, in the Strip District.

Pittsburgh Opera programs are generously supported by Allegheny Regional Assets DistrictPennsylvania Council on the Arts, and the EQT Foundation.

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About The EQT Foundation: The EQT Foundation is the philanthropic arm of EQT Corporation, and is committed to the social and economic vitality of its operating regions. For more than a decade, the EQT Foundation has made a difference by supporting local programs and initiatives that involve education, community and economic development, diversity, the arts, and the environment. Together with a variety of non-profit organizations, the EQT Foundation develops strong partnerships that enrich our communities, sustain the principles of continuous learning and understanding, and focus on environmental protection efforts.

 

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