Curious about opera?
Eugene Opera presents its first skill-building summer day camp just for teens! Join us for three intensive days of study in theatre, movement, vocal technique and more, culminating in a free, short public performance.
Set in beautiful Veneta at the versatile and exciting Applegate Regional Theatre, the camp will give students personal training in opera performance and production.
Experience the Triple Threat of Opera…
Opera is an extreme art!
It involves: music, lyrics, movement, drama, staging and direction, props, scenery, costumes, makeup…
To accomplish all of this requires planning, teamwork and so much more!
Join us to experience the multiple facets of opera, progress in your own artistic goals, and create a final showing of a scene from a Gilbert and Sullivan opera.
Drama and Voice
- Kristina Jones, international opera singer, who sang the lead role in Eugene’s very first production of Carmen
- Al Villanueva, arts educator and performer
- Amy Adams, arts educator and performer
- Ashley Villanueva, dance and movement instructor
Pianist and Musical Coach
- Barbara Myrick, pianist and music educator
WHEN: August 22-24, 2017, 9:00 am-3:00 pm
WHERE: Applegate Regional Theatre, 87230 Central Road, Veneta, Oregon
Camp will be at the beautiful Applegate Theatre, just 15 minutes from downtown Eugene on the way to the coast. Ride sharing may be available.
Interested? Contact us now:
Eugene Opera Education Committee
Building the Future of Opera in Eugene and Springfield
Barbara Myrick, Chair