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Bass-Baritones/Basses: Apply by February 17, 2020 for the Opera Colorado Artist in Residence Program


  • Bass-Baritones/Basses: Apply by February 17, 2020 for the Opera Colorado Artist in Residence Program

Opera Colorado is currently accepting Bass-Baritone/Bass applications for the 2020-2021 Artist in Residence Program. The 20-21 season will include roles in our Touring and Mainstage Productions: The Barber of Seville, The Pirates of Penzance, The Shining, Cavalleria Rusticana and Carmen. Along with being involved in each of these productions, the Artists in Residence will be engaged to sing additional concerts and performances all over the state of Colorado. Artists receive ongoing career mentorship and work to deepen their level of artistry by working with and learning from highly respected professionals in the operatic world. Apply today!

What former Opera Colorado Artists in Residence have said about their experience:
"Being a member of this program has given me the opportunity to develop into a true artist rather than simply a student of an art form. It has given me the confidence to move forward in my career knowing who I am, where my talents lie and the next steps to take in order to build upon my successes."

"My experience has made me fall in love with this art form again. I've not only grown as an artist; I've grown as a person. I am more comfortable and confident in my choice to pursue this as my career."

"Before joining the Opera Colorado Artist in Residence Program I felt inundated by the relentless opinions of many. The people at Opera Colorado helped me form a team of advisers I trust. They respect me for my unique talents and I know they would never lead me astray. Their honesty and integrity are reasons they are among the people I count as part of my team."

"Opera Colorado takes care of us. I was never pushed to sing anything against my will. I was allowed to explore repertoire, using it as a process for growth. It was an awesome change from school and other YAPs where I felt forced into the 'fach box'."

"I used to think community and school outreach was an obligatory rite of passage for this career. Being an Artist in Residence at Opera Colorado has turned that on its head. Instead of the amateurish kids' shows many companies produce we performed fully staged and costumed operas from the mainstream repertoire. Not only did I gain valuable experience and a solid resume credit from these touring productions, I learned the importance of engaging the community. Taking opera to people ranging in age from 3 to 103 who had never experienced it before was exhilarating. It made me realize my part in building the audience of the future; the people I hope will fill the seats in a major opera house for me someday."

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