Opera companies, schools and organizations across North America will celebrate the ninth annual National Opera Week from Friday, October 27 through Sunday, November 5, 2017, with nearly 200 opera activities in their communities. National Opera Week celebrates the vibrancy of opera in America today and conveys the excitement and importance of opera to a national and international audience. The strength and diversity of established National Opera Week 2017 companies, community opera ensembles, opera training programs and individual opera artists across North America will be on display through the wide array of events offered. These activities include performances, family activities, lectures, social events, tours, trivia contests and announcements of year-round community impact.

The Circus Princess during Cennairum's National Opera Week

The Circus Princess will be live on Saturday, November 4.

In celebration of this week, Cennarium is giving a gift to opera fans the world over. Beginning this weekend the streaming service will showcase four different works for free. The streaming festivities get started with “The Magic Flute” for Children and “The Circus Princess,” both on Saturday, Nov. 4 at 8 p.m. EST. The former is a condensed, 60-minute version of the Mozart classic. Then on Sunday, adults get their day with streamed performances of “Doktor Faust” and Wagner’s “Tristan und Isolde.” These performances also kick off at 8 p.m. EST. “Opera is one of the oldest and most compelling art forms,” said Themis Gomes, CEO of Cennarium. “We want to expose new audiences to opera, particularly people who do not live in major metropolitan areas and have limited access to these types of performances. Streaming the arts enables everyone to share these amazing productions and expand their entertainment options.”

Just remember: this rich program of opera will be live on this upcoming weekend. So end your National Opera Week right – get your free access here and enjoy these opera shows!

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