Bizet’s Carmen

May 3rd, 2017 — May 7th, 2017

Featuring Juilliard ADOS artists Avery Amereau performing the role of Carmen

This re-imagined and reduced new production of Bizet’s most famous opera features the spoken dialogue of the original script, but is set during an early 20th century era of civil war and unsettling social atmosphere. An all-female creative team breathes new life into the powerfully beguiling gypsy Carmen who has no rules when it comes to seducing the soldier José, but his growing desire to keep her triggers a web of jealousy and murderous rage. Performed with the Columbus Symphony and BalletMet 2. Sung in French with English surtitles.

More Upcoming Events

May 1st

Women in Arts Leadership Luncheon

This luncheon will feature a talk-back with the all-women creative team behind Opera Columbus’ production of Carmen, moderated by Lisa S. Courtice, President & CEO, United Way of Central Ohio.  [...]

Sep 27th

Britten's The Turn of the Screw

Featuring Juilliard ADOS artist Christine Taylor Price and Felecia Moore
Based on Henry James’ fabulously creepy novella, Benjamin Britten’s 20th-century operatic masterpiece The Turn of the Screw is incisive, evocative, [...]

Sep 29th

Britten's The Turn of the Screw

Featuring Juilliard ADOS artist Christine Taylor Price and Felecia Moore
Based on Henry James’ fabulously creepy novella, Benjamin Britten’s 20th-century operatic masterpiece The Turn of the Screw is incisive, evocative, [...]