Dear Friends,

We hope you enjoy this roundup of virtual arts opportunities until we can reunite in person.

Impact Reports Now Available Online

Did you know that in this past season, Kentucky Opera reached more than 20,000 individuals with our productions and programs? Learn more about Kentucky Opera’s community programming with our Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 impact reports.

More OperaBill Articles

During the 19/20 Brown-Forman season, we handed out OperaBills at each production that are full of information and articles connected to the theme of each opera. In case you missed any, you can now find these articles on our website, now featuring articles from our OperaBills for CarmenGlory Denied, and The Marriage of Figaro.

Kentucky Opera’s Digital Theatre

Learn more about our partnership with Legal Aid leading up to our February 2020 production of The Marriage of Figaro and get a taste of the future with the newest additions to our digital theatre.

Additional Art from a Distance Opportunities

Explore what other organizations have to offer on our regularly updated Art from a Distance page. Whether you’re in the mood to watch an opera performance, listen to an orchestra, or explore artforms, take a look at these opportunities to enjoy art from wherever you are.

Support Kentucky Opera

Your support helps Kentucky Opera produce art onstage, in the community, and—during this difficult time—online. Although our office is closed, staff members are still working on future productions and community programs that you can enjoy when we can gather again safely. Please consider a gift to Kentucky Opera.

Our office is closed, but we are always here if you need us. Please feel free to reach out at Email@KYOpera.org or find us on Facebook or Instagram. We would be happy to hear from you.

Featured photo by Brymer Photography