Make a gift that's meaningful to you today and start enjoying the perks of membership! Your support helps us fulfill our mission to bring the transformative power of musical storytelling to our community.
Access your tickets, read the program book on SF Opera's smartphone app
Episode featuring soprano Pretty Yende available now!
Iconic soprano Pretty Yende grew up buoyed by family and a tight-knit church community, surrounded by love and a collective joy for singing. As Yende prepares to make her San Francisco Opera debut in the new production of La Traviata, this music-rich episode of In Song opens a window into the world of this enchanting artist, following her home as she visits with her congregation and her family, and performs with the young students of her alma mater, the Ndlela Secondary School.
Streaming the First Century features 25 precious audio artifacts from previous seasons to open a series of magical portals into the Company’s first 100 years, allowing us to experience, as if through time travel, the moments that touched the hearts of generations of audiences and continue to move us.
On October 25, we mark World Opera Day with an online performance of the Ukrainian opera Golden Crown. This international collaboration, presented in solidarity with the people of Ukraine, features San Francisco Opera Adler Fellow Stefan Egerstrom and pianist Kseniia Polstiankina Barrad, as well as performers from Finnish National Opera, Lviv National Opera, Royal College of Music, Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, and Polish National Opera, and narrations by Ukrainian artists attending the Shenandoah Conservatory.
Step into the world of opera through North Stage Door, a new podcast that takes you into the swirl of creativity, stagecraft, and performance at San Francisco Opera. You’ll hear lively stories and insightful interviews—a window into the complex inner workings of this vibrant company, and the many aspects necessary to make a rich, multi-faceted art form come to life.
Immerse yourself in the emotional world of music with the Atrium Sessions, a new series of intimate, short video performances of miniature masterpieces. Filmed in cinematic detail at San Francisco Opera’s Dianne and Tad Taube Atrium Theater, the Atrium Sessions is a showcase for passionate storytelling and exquisite talent.
In Song, the North Stage Door Podcast, and the Atrium Sessions are made possible, in part, by the Creative Edge Fund, with major support from Carol and Dixon Doll, Peter Fenton and Kate Greer, and Bob Ellis.