About Hgoco

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About HGOco

HGOco connects HGO’s creative resources with our diverse and vibrant community. The “co” in HGOco stands for companycommunity, and collaboration.  HGOco’s innovative and engaging programs take place throughout the Houston area—in schools, parks, community landmarks, alternative performance spaces, and at the Wortham Theater Center, providing a range of opportunities for Houstonians of all ages to explore, engage, and learn through the inspiring art of opera.

Our nationally recognized Community Programs include the Song of Houston initiative commissions new chamber operas and song projects that resonate with contemporary life in Houston.

The innovative Seeking the Human Spirit initiative highlights universal spiritual themes raised in opera, while expanding and deepening connections to opera and art.

Our multi-faceted Education Program includes Opera to Go!, High School Night and student matinees of main-stage productions, the Bauer Family High School Voice Studio, professional development workshops for teachers, opera camps, and residency programs.




The Elkins Foundation


The Brown Foundation, Inc.
City of Houston through the Miller Advisory Board
William Randolph Hearst Foundation
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
Kinder Foundation
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
OPERA America


Anchorage Foundation of Texas
Occidental Petroleum Corporation
The Powell Foundation


Ruth and Ted Bauer Family Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts
Wells Fargo


Boardwalk Pipeline Partners
Nana Booker and David Lowe/ Booker • Lowe Gallery
Lawrence E. Carlton, M.D., Endowment Fund
The Cockrell Family Fund
James J. Drach Endowment Fund
Edaren Foundation
George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation
Houston Grand Opera Guild
Kinder Morgan Foundation
William E. and Natoma Pyle Harvey Charitable Trust
San Diego Opera
Schwab Charitable Fund
Vivian L. Smith Foundation

The activities of Houston Grand Opera are supported in part by funds provided by the City of Houston and by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts. 


HGOco programs, including Student Performances and HGO’s performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre, are supported through the NEXUS Initiative, which is made possible by: 


Anchorage Foundation of Texas
The Brown Foundation, Inc.
The Wortham Foundation, Inc.


Contact Us

Contact us to learn more, tell us your story, book one of our school programs, attend camp, or get involved!


Mailing Address:

Houston Grand Opera
Attn: HGOco
510 Preston St
Houston, TX 77002

Fax: 713-228-4355

Phone: 713-546-0230

Email: HGOco@HoustonGrandOpera.org