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Give the Gift of Opera This Holiday Season

The Tales of Hoffmann (2002); Photo: Robert Millard

The Tales of Hoffmann (2002); Photo: Robert Millard

Thousands of people just like you come to LA Opera each year to experience the magnificence that can only be found in opera. Through world-class staging and bold experimentation, opera has something for everyone, regardless of age, musical preferences or means. Here are some of the opera experiences you can give as gifts to your friends and family this holiday season.

Hop on Mozart’s Orient Express with The Abduction from the Seraglio

If you’re a fan of screwball comedies, this is the opera for you. Updated to the Roaring Twenties, this riotous staging marries the brilliance of Mozart’s comic gem with the flair of a classic Hollywood comedy. En route from Istanbul to Paris, two beautiful damsels in distress are held captive aboard the luxurious Orient Express by a notorious Ottoman royal. It’s up to their faithful lovers to rescue them before it’s too late!

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Season’s Greetings from LA Opera

Holiday Music Tour

On December 5, LA Opera kicks off its holiday music Tour with a recital at City of Hope. This is the fifth year of the beloved program that brings holiday cheer to patients at healthcare facilities across Los Angeles County, including Shriners Hospitals for Children, UCLA Harbor Medical Center, and Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center. While the tour brings beautiful music to audiences across LA County that celebrate the season, the recitals have a healing effect on those who need it most.

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