The Florida State Opera is a part of the FSU College of Music, and offers students educational opportunities in performance, coaching, conducting, and stage directing. The Florida State Opera provides the Tallahassee community with performances and other activities designed to foster interest in opera and music theater, develop new audiences, stimulate the current opera-going public, and introduce children to opera’s many rewards. Presents three annual Mainstage productions, plus a more intimate workshop production. All events are held at Opperman Music Hall or Ruby Diamond Auditorium on the FSU campus. While there is no cost for the educational outreach program, tickets must be purchased for all Florida State Opera Mainstage productions.
132 N. Copeland St., HMU 002 FSU, Tallahassee, FL 32306
The FSO’s educational outreach program is designed for young audiences. The goal is to expose young people to the genre and help them have a better understanding and appreciation for opera. Shows are performed in English by Florida State Opera students. The 30-45 minute opera is appropriate for elementary school or middle school.
Typically performances are in the schools in late January and early February.