statement on racial equity

In our role as human beings and furthermore, creators of music and art, nurturers of rising talent, stewards of community resources, and ambassadors of the performing arts to audiences of the future we raise our voices to condemn the senseless killings of, and countless acts of violence perpetrated against members of the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) communities. We are both appalled by these race-related incidents and encouraged by the determination and diversity of those who have peacefully lifted their voices in the subsequent world-wide protests.

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fall 2020

DETAILS COMING SOON

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YOU MAKE US SING

We are busy planning to bridge the in-person attendance uncertainty gap with exciting digital content to carry us through until we can all be together again.

training

resident artists

Tri-Cities Opera offers aspiring opera singers a unique blend of instruction and practical experience through its Resident Artist Training Program.

education

opera-go-round

Named as a nod to Binghamton’s famous carousels, Opera-Go-Round performs for as many as 20,000 students annually, bringing great music to the next generation of listeners!

est.
1949

by peyton hibbitt
& carmen savoca
with thanks and appreciation to our sponsors:
the Miller S.
and Adelaide S.
Gaffney
Foundation
tri-cities opera is a proud member of
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