We're all about telling compelling stories in intimate spaces. And what could be more intimate than opera and music theater in your living room? (Or office space?!) That's why we're offering a curated list of performances available for your next get-together, celebration, fundraiser, or corporate event!
 

For availability and rates, please email concerts@bostonoperacollaborative.org.

Offerings

Enjoy the best of our beloved ten-minute operas in Opera Bites: a tasting menu of ten-minute operas. Choose two, three or four of our popular “bites” performed by our amazing roster artists and pianists. We’ve grouped the bites into two groups for you; hilarious and poignant. Not sure which - or how many - to choose? Feel free to ask us for our opinion - we’d love to cater our program to your special event.

Wish You Were Here

Eva Kendrick, composer. Claudia Hass, librettist


Every once in a while, you meet someone who might have been your soulmate – had your paths taken different turns. Of course, when the street lights in Paris begin to glow, anything is possible.


Lucy

Tom Cipullo, composer & librettist
 

When an elderly woman living alone wishes for some company, a strange man who swears he isn't Death keeps dropping to entertain and comfort her.


Misfortune

Eva Kendrick, composer. Mark Harvey Levine, librettist
 

Ah, fortune cookies. A tasty and optimistic end to a Chinese meal. Unless your cookie’s fortune seems to have it in for you.


A Tall Order

John Greer, composer. Sheri Wilner, librettist
 

First dates can be awkward. We tend to overthink even the simplest things. What does steak say about me? How about chicken? Or - dare I say it? - a salad!


She's Fabulous

Tony Solitro, composer. Jack Neary, librettist
 

Two friends attend a new opera featuring a colleague in the starring role. As much as they would like to imagine that they would have been so much better in the role, they finally have to admit that "she's fabulous".  A hilarious take on that feeling we all have experienced at one time or another.


An exploration of love in its various flavors, Since there was you: love lost and found is a musical journey of search and discovery; a journey of unrequited love, jaded love, and love reimagined. Featuring versatile vocalist Jennifer Caraluzzi, this program will charm you with classics from the American songbook and musical theater favorites from the Golden Age to today. This charming program can be adapted into 30, 45 or 60 minutes of music to suit your event.

Created by award-winning arranger and conductor, Catherine Stornetta, our singers will take you on a romantic romp through the American Songbook in Let’s not talk about love: a Cole Porter revue. Irreverent, witty and perhaps even romantic, this 35-minute event is the perfect way to celebrate love, or help you ignore it!

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