2010: Voices for Social Justice, a residency program for grades 4–12, is developed.
2010: Vice-President of Marketing Virginia Cartwright Ziegler launches an integrated marketing and communications plan. The Guild is re-branded under the tagline "Giving Voice to Potential."
2010–2011: The Guild creates a new strategic plan and updates its mission statement.
2013: The Guild partners with Neiman Marcus to present The Art of Fashion: Jason Wu at San Francisco City Hall.
2013: Holiday Dinner on the Opera House Stage, honoring Charlotte Mailliard Shultz, is the first of several annual holiday events on the stage.
2014: The Guild celebrates its 75th Anniversary with events and activities scheduled throughout the year, including the creation of a commemorative book.
2016: New San Francisco Opera General Director Matthew Shilvock is welcomed with the Nod to Mod Ball, celebrating his British heritage.
2016: A thematic look at education programming is introduced with the Year of Compassion, highlighted with the anti-bullying operatic presentation "How Andy Found His Voice" at the Herbst Theatre. Our Opera Scouts program for teens ages 12-18 is launched.
2017: The Year of Cultural Understanding is the theme and focus of our education programs, and Spanish/English versions of our Book to Bravo!, Voices for Social Justice, and Sing a Story programs are introduced. Our annual holiday family opera "Lucinda y las Flores de la Nochebuena" is first produced.
2018: The Year of the Hero is launched and The Hero Project culminates in the Hero Festival in the Herbst Theatre in March 2019. The Opera Scouts embark on a European trip with our Italia (in)canta program and travel to Rome, Florence, and Venice to sing and learn more about the birthplace of opera.
2019: San Francisco Opera Guild celebrates our 80th Anniversary! The Year of Reflection is launched as well as the Madrigals program for students ages 7-11.
2020: Opera Scouts prepare for the Austria Adventure coming this March!