Join the Springfield Regional Opera and Harvest Restaurant for our amazing new collaboration: a pairing of world-class cuisine by chef Craig von Foerster and beautiful opera arias performed by SRO musicians, all in an intimate setting. This very special event begins at 4:00 PM on Sunday, March 3rd at Harvest in Rogersville, MO. Tickets (which include a fixed course dinner, music by SRO, and gratuity) are $125 with very limited availability. Reserve today!
Show your support for Conservatory of the Ozarks voice instructor, Dr. Todd Payne as he presents an incredible recital at MSU. Dr. Todd Payne is an acclaimed opera singer and a voice professor at Missouri State University.
Admission to this wonderful event is free! Friends and family are welcome to attend!
Disease! Earthquakes! War! A woman with one buttock! Join SROpera for Leonard Bernstein’s beloved Candide, based on Voltaire’s satirical novella.
This brilliant operatic send-up of 18th-century vices and morality follows the outrageous adventures of Candide and Cunegonde as they seek peace and love in a madcap journey across the best (and often worst!) of all possible worlds.
Springfield Regional Opera's 2018-2019 season ends with the Springfield premiere of Bernstein's beloved Candide, based on Voltaire's brilliant and satirical novel.
The Messiah Project will produce Two Winter Holiday Operas in cooperation with MSU Opera Department, directed by Dr. Ann Marie Daehn; the MSU Chamber Orchestra, directed by Dr. Amy Muchnick; and dancers from Credo Dance Academy.
SROpera presents: MOZART vs SALIERI
November 16th, journey back to 18th century Austria for a re-staging of Emporer Joseph II’s musical competition in the Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna, pitting a German singspiel (Mozart's The Impresario) against an Italian opera buffa (Salieri's First the Music, then the Words).
Join us for this FUN re-creation of this legendary confrontation featuring actors, opera singers, and full 30-piece orchestra in the beautiful Hotel Vandivort Ballroom! SEATING IS LIMITED FOR THIS EVENT.
Springfield Regional Opera's celebration of Leonard Bernstein's centennial begins with the SRO premiere of Trouble in Tahiti, a jazzy operetta predating West Side Story and portraying a day in the life of a married couple navigating the challenges of the modern world.
The Springfield Regional Opera celebrates Leonard Bernstein during their 39th season, and kicks off the year wear with "Wine Lovers: The Musical," hosted by international opera star, Michael Spyres.
TROUBLE IN TAHITI
Friday, September 28 at Drury's Clara Thompson Hall