The Saturday afternoon performance will be performed at Cage Brewing with all 10 singers and piano accompaniment, for those who are still more comfortable in outdoor venues.
We return to our mainstage theater at the Palladium for a 90-minute performance featuring a 13-piece orchestra, some staging and costuming. This is the closest we’ve come to putting on a full-scale opera since quarantine began, and it’s the next step in our hero’s journey back to the big stage. Ten stellar singers, including the POPera hit sensation “The Three Tenors,” will sing selections from Mozart, Puccini, Verdi, Bizet, Barber and others.
Presenting Samuel Barber’s
A Hand of Bridge in its entirety
With works by Puccini, Bizet, Mozart, Lehár
from The Pearl Fishers, La Bohème,
Carmen, Don Giovanni and more!
Encore performances by
The Three Tenors
… back by popular demand!
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The St Petersburg Opera is bringing opera back to the live stage through its POPera performances. Presented in socially distanced settings, these partially staged live programs retain the flavor of Grand Opera, with a narrative arc and big drama.
The safety of our patrons and staff is very important to us, and we take precautions at all our events to prevent the spread of COVID-19. St Petersburg Opera requires temperature checks and masks for everyone who enters our building at Opera Central. Social distancing is strictly observed, with a minimum of 7 feet between tables and 15 feet distance from the stage to the first row of tables. Cage Brewing is an outdoor, covered venue, with social distancing and masks required. Our performances at the Museum of Fine Arts are held outdoors on the grassy lawn north of the museum building. Audience members bring their own chairs or blankets and are required to practice social distancing. Palladium performances will include socially distanced seating between parties of at least 6 ft, masks are currently also required.