Opera Carolina, the region’s largest professional opera company, has been providing area students, teachers, and families with not only first-rate performances, but also a wonderful vehicle into their classroom curriculum through its educational programs. Since 1971, Opera Carolina has been
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Opera Xpress (Virtual)
30 minutes of bilingual musical storytelling brought right to your digital classroom!
Opera Xpress, Opera Carolina’s educational touring company, provides delightful productions of children’s operas to help teachers use opera as a classroom resource and help students understand and appreciate opera as an art form that integrates all of the fine arts and humanities. This year’s performance is... View more
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Virtual performance is viewable for a 2-week span from agreed upon start date.
Live Q&A with performers are available on select dates in November, December, January, February, March, April and May
Virtual performance available any time during a 2-week span determined by the school.
Live Q&A to be determined upon booking.
Device with internet access
YouTube, Zoom or other school-approved virtual meeting platform
$150 for 2-week performance access + 1 live Q&A session with artists (up to 100 students on Q&A)
$50 for each additional Q&A session
SL1: Students will prepare for and participate effectively in conversations and collaborations with diverse partners to build on their own and others’ ideas while expressing them clearly and persuasively.
W3 and W9: Students will write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events while using effective technique and will draw supporting evidence from literary and/or informational texts.
R7 and R9: Students will integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media and will analyze how these mediums’ content address similar themes and topics to build knowledge or compare approaches.
From the Arts Education, Music K-5 Standards: CR.1: Students will understand global, interdisciplinary, and 21st century connections with the art form of opera through the performance and the study guide’s various activities, including exploration into the art forms relevancy in today’s world.
MR.1: Students will understand the interacting elements to respond to music and operatic performances including, but not limited to, performance etiquette, voice types, settings, and more.
From the Social Studies Standards: K-5.H.1: Students will explore and understand many facets of culture through the performance and the guide’s activities.
Available upon request.
Sponsoring school/group must provide cancellation in writing within two weeks of the performance viewing window’s start date. If sponsor cancels less than two weeks in advance, sponsor may be subject to pay partial performance fees.