Community Events Calendar

Oct
16
Sat
La bohème
Oct 16 all-day

La bohème

October 16-30

McCaw Hall

321 Mercer St, Seattle

206.389.7676 | seattleopera.org/boheme

A timeless story of love and loss. An audience favorite for over a century, this tale of four young Parisians who dedicate their lives to art and love is guaranteed to touch your heart. Puccini’s lush, romantic score perfectly captures the simple joys and heartbreaking sorrows of the idealistic young. Their camaraderie, conviction, and passions, masterfully conveyed by an iconic score, make La bohème easy to love—and impossible to forget.

Oct
24
Sun
La bohème
Oct 24 all-day

La bohème

October 16-30

McCaw Hall

321 Mercer St, Seattle

206.389.7676 | seattleopera.org/boheme

A timeless story of love and loss. An audience favorite for over a century, this tale of four young Parisians who dedicate their lives to art and love is guaranteed to touch your heart. Puccini’s lush, romantic score perfectly captures the simple joys and heartbreaking sorrows of the idealistic young. Their camaraderie, conviction, and passions, masterfully conveyed by an iconic score, make La bohème easy to love—and impossible to forget.

Oct
27
Wed
La bohème
Oct 27 all-day

La bohème

October 16-30

McCaw Hall

321 Mercer St, Seattle

206.389.7676 | seattleopera.org/boheme

A timeless story of love and loss. An audience favorite for over a century, this tale of four young Parisians who dedicate their lives to art and love is guaranteed to touch your heart. Puccini’s lush, romantic score perfectly captures the simple joys and heartbreaking sorrows of the idealistic young. Their camaraderie, conviction, and passions, masterfully conveyed by an iconic score, make La bohème easy to love—and impossible to forget.

Feb
26
Sat
Blue
Feb 26 all-day

Blue

February 26-March 12

McCaw Hall

321 Mercer St, Seattle

206.389.7676 | seattleopera.org/blue

The 2020 winner for Best New Opera (Music Critics Association) arrives at the McCaw Hall stage in February 2022. From the award-winning team of librettist Tazewell Thompson and composer Jeanine Tesori comes Blue, a portrait of contemporary African American life: of love and loss, church, sisterhood, and most importantly, family. A young couple celebrates the joy of family with the birth of their son. And, later leans on their close-knit community in the aftermath of his death at the hands of a police officer.

Mar
2
Wed
Blue
Mar 2 all-day

Blue

February 26-March 12

McCaw Hall

321 Mercer St, Seattle

206.389.7676 | seattleopera.org/blue

The 2020 winner for Best New Opera (Music Critics Association) arrives at the McCaw Hall stage in February 2022. From the award-winning team of librettist Tazewell Thompson and composer Jeanine Tesori comes Blue, a portrait of contemporary African American life: of love and loss, church, sisterhood, and most importantly, family. A young couple celebrates the joy of family with the birth of their son. And, later leans on their close-knit community in the aftermath of his death at the hands of a police officer.

Mar
12
Sat
Blue
Mar 12 all-day

Blue

February 26-March 12

McCaw Hall

321 Mercer St, Seattle

206.389.7676 | seattleopera.org/blue

The 2020 winner for Best New Opera (Music Critics Association) arrives at the McCaw Hall stage in February 2022. From the award-winning team of librettist Tazewell Thompson and composer Jeanine Tesori comes Blue, a portrait of contemporary African American life: of love and loss, church, sisterhood, and most importantly, family. A young couple celebrates the joy of family with the birth of their son. And, later leans on their close-knit community in the aftermath of his death at the hands of a police officer.

May
7
Sat
The Marriage of Figaro
May 7 all-day

The Marriage of Figaro

May 7-20

McCaw Hall

321 Mercer St, Seattle

206.389.7676 | seattleopera.org/figaro

Be whisked away by The Marriage of Figaro’s madcap fun! From toe-tapping overture to uplifting finale, Mozart’s beloved comedy based on the radical Beaumarchais play is alive with rich commentary on social class and gender roles. Master and servant go head-to-head, while their crafty wives outsmart the men in one chaotic, hilarious day that ends in happiness and love. The first woman to lead Russia’s historic Mikhailovsky Theatre, Maestro Alevtina Ioffe, makes her company debut conducting this traditional production. Michael Sumuel, whose vocals are “smooth and ingratiating” (Daily Camera) returns as Figaro.

* We apologize, the performance dates printed in our subscriber brochure are incorrect. The correct performance dates are May 7, 8, 11, 14, 15, 18, & 20, 2022.

May
15
Sun
The Marriage of Figaro
May 15 all-day

The Marriage of Figaro

May 7-20

McCaw Hall

321 Mercer St, Seattle

206.389.7676 | seattleopera.org/figaro

Be whisked away by The Marriage of Figaro’s madcap fun! From toe-tapping overture to uplifting finale, Mozart’s beloved comedy based on the radical Beaumarchais play is alive with rich commentary on social class and gender roles. Master and servant go head-to-head, while their crafty wives outsmart the men in one chaotic, hilarious day that ends in happiness and love. The first woman to lead Russia’s historic Mikhailovsky Theatre, Maestro Alevtina Ioffe, makes her company debut conducting this traditional production. Michael Sumuel, whose vocals are “smooth and ingratiating” (Daily Camera) returns as Figaro.

* We apologize, the performance dates printed in our subscriber brochure are incorrect. The correct performance dates are May 7, 8, 11, 14, 15, 18, & 20, 2022.

May
20
Fri
The Marriage of Figaro
May 20 all-day

The Marriage of Figaro

May 7-20

McCaw Hall

321 Mercer St, Seattle

206.389.7676 | seattleopera.org/figaro

Be whisked away by The Marriage of Figaro’s madcap fun! From toe-tapping overture to uplifting finale, Mozart’s beloved comedy based on the radical Beaumarchais play is alive with rich commentary on social class and gender roles. Master and servant go head-to-head, while their crafty wives outsmart the men in one chaotic, hilarious day that ends in happiness and love. The first woman to lead Russia’s historic Mikhailovsky Theatre, Maestro Alevtina Ioffe, makes her company debut conducting this traditional production. Michael Sumuel, whose vocals are “smooth and ingratiating” (Daily Camera) returns as Figaro.

* We apologize, the performance dates printed in our subscriber brochure are incorrect. The correct performance dates are May 7, 8, 11, 14, 15, 18, & 20, 2022.