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Frost Opera Theater—

    Opera training and performance at the University of Miami

Frost Opera Theater recognizes that today’s opera world is vibrant, eclectic, and ever-changing—offering tomorrow’s opera singer multiple career choices of tradition and innovation. 

Performance activities reflect the broad range of programming in the twenty-first century, from Baroque opera to the most progressive works of our time.  Recent projects have included Dido and Aeneas (Purcell), The Beggar’s Opera (Gay/arr. Britten), Così fan tutte (Mozart), L’elisir d’amore  (Donizetti), The Merry Widow  (Lehár), L’enfant et les sortilèges  (Ravel), Albert Herring (Britten), and the Florida premieres of Strawberry Fields  (Torke) and Ballymore, Part One: Winners  (Wargo). 

Frost Opera Theater was recognized by Classical Singer magazine (“Acting and Dancing for Singers,” September 2009) for its efforts to address the needs of today’s emerging opera singers.  Frost Opera Theater performed excerpts from Libby Larsen’s Frankenstein:  the Modern Prometheus in New York City under the auspices of the Center for Contemporary Opera in February 2011.

Alan Johnson, Music Director

Click on the links below for more details about Frost Opera Theater:

      2014-2015 Season
      Mission Statement and Curriculum
      Master Classes and Guest Artists