Auditions will be held THIS WEEK on Tuesday 9/7, Wednesday 9/8, and Thursday 9/9, with audition slots between 6:00-9:00pm on all three of those days. Location of in person auditions is to be announced in the coming days.
Sign up for a slot HERE!
Questions? What do I sing (a short song or aria)? Do I have to study music (no)? HERE are our audition guidelines:
And in case you need a refresher for what productions we will be this wonderful in-person (yay) season:
FALL: The baroque opera The Judgement of Paris by John Eccles. This setting comprises one of four of the same William Congreve libretto for a 1701 competition. Though in the original competition, Eccles' setting came in second, when the competition was restaged 1989, Eccles was declared the posthumous winner.
WINTER: Kamala Sankaram's The Infinite Energy of Ada Lovelace, alongside a lecture about computing in the arts. With a libretto by Rob Handel, this 45 minute chamber opera commissioned by Opera Ithaca considers the story of English mathematician and early computer scientist Ada Lovelace.
SPRING: Keep an eye out for details about our spring mainstage, typically the production that sees the largest cast and longest runtime, too! You won't want to miss it!
Cheers to a great season ahead of us!