NORTH STAGE DOOR
San Francisco Opera's North Stage Door episode 4 reveals behind the scenes stories about the importance of opera prompters and supernumeraries and delves into San Francisco Opera's distinguished history of touring outside of the Bay Area, moving personnel and productions from city to city by plane, train, bus and even dog sled.Cast | Transcript
North Stage Door Episode 3 explores the music and themes of love and liberation in Beethoven's Fidelio. Special Guests include Matthew Ozawa, Janet Napolitano, Ian Robertson, San Francisco Opera Orchestra Musicians and Incarcerated Persons at San Quentin State Prison.Cast | Transcript
North Stage Door takes listeners backstage to examine the dynamic 18th century duo of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Lorenzo Da Ponte, and what, and how, their creative partnership continues to move and inspire us today.Cast | Transcript
Episode 1: Rossini’s The Barber of Seville is featured and special guests include Patricia Racette, Pete Docter, Lucas Meachem, Matthew Ozawa, and others.Cast | Transcript
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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.
North Stage Door Team