Fred Harley — Ryan Fontana — Pablo Lassry

Center for Contemporary Opera

17 October 2018 — 30 April 2019

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New Operatic Repertoire

The Center for Contemporary Opera, founded in 1982 by Richard Marshall and Robert Ward in New York, is devoted to developing, producing, and promoting new opera and music-theater works and to reviving neglected operas written since WW2. CCO has developed a tradition of bringing European opera to the American stage, and of taking American works abroad.

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What’s new

At CCO, we are committed to envisioning the post-coronavirus stage to determine the upcoming Renaissance of music and arts. As of Spring 2022, we will resume our live productions after nearly two years with three new productions in NYC and two productions taken abroad. Have a look at our 2022 Season!

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«It is cruel that music should be so beautiful. It has the beauty of loneliness of pain: of strength and freedom».

Benjamin Britten

«It is cruel that music should be so beautiful. It has the beauty of loneliness of pain: of strength and freedom».

Benjamin Britten

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