(published by a board of prominent international opera critics; CLICK HERE* to access the online subscription.)
(published by the Metropolitan Opera Guild; CLICK HERE* to access the online subscription.)
(published by the National Opera Association)
(published by Oxford University)
NEA also supplies grants for opera proudction.
Wikipedia collaborators connected many of the site's resources to a single spot. Highlights include featured pictures and quotes, audio selections, and historical anniversaries.
Operastuff is a collection of user-submitted links. Major topics are streaming broadcasts, homepages of opera houses, and performer's personal sites.
This is the official homepage of the US National Opera. Check the "Explore the Arts" section for information about upcoming live broadcasts.
CROMT at University of Sussex is "a national an international centre for research and development in the practice and theory of opera, music theatre, and other related forms of sonic and multimedia performance." The Centre organizes academic programs, research projects, and publications.
The Metropolitan Opera Guild is commited to building support for the Metropolitan Opera in New York City and encouraging interest in opera across all audiences. They support this agenda with educational programs for schools and public presentations and lectures.
OPERA America, an international organization of "resources and expertise from within and beyond the opera field" manages the National Opera Center of America. Aside from the research and advocacy they conduct for their own goals, they also offer consulting services and community education programs.
Some members of the UK faculty are experts in topics like opera, orchestra, and voice. More information is at this directory published by UK Public Relations.
The National Opera Center periodically streams interviews with influential artists and producers from their website.
These two selections offer a more casual look at opera. Both are collections of stories of backstage antics from behind the curtain.
Find more books like this by searching InfoKat for the subject "Opera - Anecdotes."
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