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This Unconventional Opera Gives Audiences a Front-Row Seat to a Musician’s Meltdown

An L.A. native gives voice to creative anxiety with The Loser
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Composer Ellen Reid Puts the Aftermath of Sexual Trauma on Stage in a New Opera

p r i s m turns the art of survival into actual art

La Bohème

The plot of the L.A. Opera production (bohemian hipsters who can’t pay their rent) should resonate in a town that is more unaffordable than ever

The L.A. Chamber Orchestra is Trying Something Very Different to Create New Music

The group is premiering a 26-year-old composer's work next week

The Marriage of Figaro

Long before the Hangover franchise, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart captured wedding day chaos in the final installment of the Figaro trilog

Peer Inside L.A. Opera’s Bustling Costume Shop

Long before the first note is sung, the L.A. Opera costume shop brings to life a production’s historic, mythological, or spiritual realms. This month’s The Ghosts of Versailles is its grandest project yet

Curtain Call: Award-winning Composer John Corigliano Encounters The Ghosts of Versailles

The rarely seen opera gets a full-scale production as part of L.A. Opera’s Figaro Unbound

Music Center 50th Anniversary Spectacular & Gala Dinner

The lavish evening begins with a champagne toast

How To Do…The LA Opera

Take in the sights of downtown on your night out at the Music Center