Since 1957, the Santa Fe Opera has been the summer oasis for internationally acclaimed operatic talents and opera ... More
Santa Fe Opera
Since 1957, the Santa Fe Opera has been the summer oasis for internationally acclaimed operatic talents and opera enthusiasts! The Opera's magnificent mountain backdrop and amazing construction have always been a major draw. Santa Fe's performing arts encompass dance, theater, opera, choral and chamber music--all performed under a star-filled sky. Some 1,500 performances of 120 operas, 40 American premieres and 9 works, commissioned by the company, have been given here so far. So sit back and savor Rossini's Barber of Seville, Puccini's Turandot, Mozart's Lucio Silla, and Britten's Peter Grimes.
The Santa Fe Opera is the place where opera stars from around the world come to spend their summers. The summer season consists of five productions performed in repertory. Located north of the city off Route 285, the Opera sits in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains and the covered but open air venue provides a spectacular western view at sunset. A world-class show is preceded by the tradition of tailgating in the Opera parking lot, completing a fantastic and unique experience in the arts.
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