The nationally recognized University of Mississippi Opera Theatre provides the opportunity for skill development in music, drama, movement, and design specifically related to opera performance. Fully staged productions include scenes and chamber opera each Fall and a full-length opera with orchestra each Spring. The Opera Theatre’s production of The Magic Flute was the first opera to be performed in the Gertrude C. Ford Performing Arts Center in 2003.
The Opera Theatre Ensemble tours within the state and region, has appeared at national conventions of the National Opera Association, and regional opera festivals. Participation in the Opera Theatre Ensemble is open to any student enrolled at the University of Mississippi regardless of his or her academic major. Contact the Director of Opera Theatre, Julia Aubrey, for information regarding opera scholarships and graduate assistantships. She may be reached by email: email@example.com or office phone (662) 915-1280.
The University of Mississippi Opera Theatre’s production of L’Enfant et les Sortilèges received third prize in Division III of the 2016 National Opera Association Opera Production Competition!
Fall 2016 Production
Opera & Musical Theatre Scenes:
Inspired by Art & Dance
Join the UM Opera Theatre Ensemble for the upcoming performances of the fall scenes program, Opera & Musical Theatre Scenes: Inspired by Art & Dance.
$10.00 General Admission
For more information about the production, please contact