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    Houston Grand Opera's NEXUS initiative allows new audiences to experience the magic of great opera at a fantastic price: just $15!
    Bring your students on the ultimate field trip!
  • OPERA to Go!
    Enjoy live opera at your school
  • 2015-16 Professional Development Workshops

    We are pleased to offer professional development workshops for educators, designed to help you and your students connect with opera in exciting ways. Join us for dinner, an in-depth opera preview, and discussion. Together we will brainstorm ways to incorporate themes and ideas into your curriculum before attending a Houston Grand Opera dress rehearsal. As a bonus, you will earn TEA Continuing Education hours by attending.

    Price: $25 per workshop
    Information: HGOco@HoustonGrandOpera.org or 713-546-0230

  • High School Night - Tosca 200x180   Tosca - Giacomo Puccini
    October 20, 2015
    Workshop 6:00pm
    Dress Rehearsal 7:30pm

    In an effort to save the life of her beloved Cavaradossi, Tosca strikes a terrible bargain with the evil chief of police, Baron Scarpia, and is fatally deceived. Intrigue, cruelty, and betrayal swirl about a doomed diva in a riveting drama sung to one of Puccini’s most beautiful scores.

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    Tosca is the featured opera for High School Night. CLICK HERE to bring your students to this opera. 
    Student Matinee - The Little Prince 200x180   The Little Prince - Rachel Portman
    December 2, 2015
    Workshop 5:30pm (please note early start)
    Dress Rehearsal 7:00pm

    After being forced to land his plane in the Sahara desert, a pilot is awakened by the gentle but determined voice of a Little Prince with a strange history. The two become unlikely friends, and while experiencing lessons from the desert’s many creatures, together they discover what is essential in life.

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    The Little Prince is the featured opera for Student Matinees. CLICK HERE to bring your students to this opera. 
    Siegfried 200x180   Siegfried - Richard Wagner
    April 13, 2016
    Workshop 4:30pm (please note early start)
    Dress Rehearsal 6:00pm

    The third opera in Wagner’s epic Ring cycle, Siegfried stands on its own as great spectacle, masterful storytelling, and electrifying music.

    The conniving dwarf Mime has raised the naïve and fearless boy Siegfried in hopes that he will obtain the all-powerful ring and turn it over to him. But with the help of a mysterious Wanderer—the god Wotan in disguise—Siegfried reforges his father’s powerful sword and uses it to claim the ring for himself. The balance of power is changing: the power of the gods continues to diminish as Siegfried’s journey culminates in the discovery of his destined bride, Brünnhilde. 

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