The premier opera company bringing history to life in New Orleans
|Posted by Givonna Joseph on 4 March, 2018 at 14:20||comments (396)|
We are happy to announce OperaCréole’s
24th Annual Tribute To
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OperaCréole Presents: La Flamenca
About La Flamenca
Set in 19th-century Cuba, the opera tells the story of a Creole songstress, her troubled love for a Spanish military officer, an...Read Full Post »
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OperaCréole was one of 5 Finalists in the Arts-Based Business Pitch
in the 2017 New Orleans Entrepreneur Week
We are in line to win over $40K in cash prizes.
Our Founder represented us at the event held at The Contemporary Art Center in March.
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|Posted by Givonna Joseph on 23 February, 2015 at 17:30||comments (20)|
On Sunday February 22, 2015, OperaCréole was honored for our contribution to the Arts Community in New Orleans.
It was a wonderful evening at Xavier University.
Each member received a medallion and our Founder received the award.
photo by Vickie Thomas
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Opera Creole sings to a sold out house....with a waiting list!. The music was part of the annual THNOC Bill Russell Lecture series.
Left to right: Walter Harris, Narrator, Samuel Legeion, pianist from France, and Opera Creole singers with our pianist WIlfred Delphin far right.
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A celebration of Afro-British composer
On the centennial ofhis death
with scenes from hislong lost opera,
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|Posted by Givonna Joseph on 31 July, 2012 at 20:20||comments (183)|
Ms Joseph, founder, was honored with an in-depth interview on WWNO Radio on July 19th.
It was a fun show with Gwen Thompkins, a great interviewer! The show will focus on people they feel are the "standard bearers" for New Orleans culture.
The replay is available at http://wwno.org/post/music-inside-out-givonna-joseph-and-operacr-ole
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