Trouble in Tahiti by Leonard Bernstein Happy 100th Birthday to Leonard Bernstein, who wrote Lyric Opera of the North’s season opener, Trouble in Tahiti. A suburban couple appears to have a perfect life. Over the course of this 50-minute opera, and with the help of an observant backup trio, we get a glimpse past the… View Article
by Gaetano Donizetti & Felice Romani Beautiful, light and bubbly like a sparkling elixir! Sung in Italian with English Supertitles.
Enjoy great family fun as the Lyric Opera of the North teams up with the DSSO to present this holiday extravaganza, filled with music, costumes and holiday spirit.
Introducing the touring company for Opera for the Young’s Orpheus Returns.
Usher in a new season with an outdoor concert and fundraiser. Special guest Jennifer LeDoux joins Vicki Fingalson, Sarah Lawrence, Cal Metts, Jeffrey Madison, and pianist Beth Sobczak. Songs inspired by childhood and the dreams we love to dream! Also: terrific raffle items and other ways to support little opera of the north!
Join us rain or shine! This party will happen in any weather. Outdoors if weather permits — inside, if it doesn’t! 5:30 pm – Burgers, brats, and beverages 7:00 pm – Concert featuring the Twin Ports Tenors Featuring the Twin Ports Tenors William Bastian Marcus McConico Calland Metts John Pierce Beth Sobszak, piano Benefit Raffle… View Article
Special guests, Twin Ports Choral Project, are joined by a stellar cast of soloists, the LOON orchestra, and a chorale chorus comprised of singers from the Twin Ports and beyond, in this staged production of Bach’s St. John Passion.
Lyric Opera of the North cordially invites you to its annual Valentine’s Day Soiree, this year with a Mardi Gras twist! Money raised at this event will help Lyric Opera of the North bring opera to elementary schools throughout the North this winter, and will help bring Mozart’s Don Giovanni to the NorShor stage this June!
In this Mozart-meets-the-movies production, our leading man uses his power to play with the lives of everyone on set. But every action has a consequence, and although he’s well-rehearsed—nothing could prepare him as the line between fantasy and reality blur at the movie studio.