Long Beach Opera 2021

Announcing the 2022 Season

Explore the thrilling lineup of performances

Announcing the 2022 Season

Featuring Stockhausen in an abandoned grocery store, a short film and live performance featuring the work of Verdi and Gluck, a new adaptation of Handel, and a return of Anthony Davis' The Central Park Five, LBO's 2022 season has just been announced. The 2022 season will establish a bold new vision for the company that seeks to catalyze the issues of our times through the lens of art, embraces alternative leadership models that value diversity and inclusion, creates and explores the collaborative relationships between cinematic and live opera that invite new audiences, and acknowledges that opera has the power to be relevant, provocative, and inspiring. 

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LBO Names New Music Director

Christopher Rountree

LBO Names New Music Director

Regarded as one of the most iconoclastic conductors in the field, Christopher Rountree’s inimitable style has led to collaborations with many of the planet’s greatest orchestras and ensembles including: the San Francisco Symphony, Chicago Symphony, Houston Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Opera national de Paris, the Washington National Opera, Los Angeles Opera, and the Martha Graham Dance Company. In addition to being named LBO's Music Director, he is the founder and Artistic Director of Wild Up.

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Long Beach Gives 2021 is live

Show Your Support for LBO

Long Beach Opera's participation in Long Beach Gives ensures that stories of the utmost importance - stories that shape our time and place - are shared through one of the boldest forms of art. Your support of Long Beach Opera through this campaign is a statement of civic pride for our great city and the creative work that defines what it means to be an active participant in our community as LBO continues to be a hub both locally and nationally for great artistic endeavors. September 23rd marks this day of giving and community, and early giving begins on September 17th. Thank you for supporting LBO!

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Become an LBO Volunteer

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our volunteer program is on pause in preparation for the upcoming season. If you are interested in being an usher, a program distributor, a will call assistant, etc., please email boxoffice@longbeachopera.org to learn about volunteering today!

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Student Rush Now Available

College students can purchase a Student Rush Ticket* for only $15 at the door.

*Must present a valid student ID to purchase. Subject to availability. Limit 1 ticket per student.




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This activity is supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency. Learn more at cac.ca.gov
Supported in part by a grant from the Arts Council for Long Beach and the City of Long Beach.
Long Beach Opera events are supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission