Skylark Opera is for everyone!
The Board and staff extend our warm thanks for your support during the past year. We wish you the happiest of holidays and a 2015 filled with song!
Carrie J. Wasley, President, Skylark Opera & Steve Stucki, Artistic Director
Give the gift of music!
Are there music lovers on your list?
Give them the chance to see two works of genius in their first Twin Cities productions! Tickets to Skylark's summer festival, presenting Puccini's romantic La Rondine and Sondheim's sophisticated Putting It Together, are now on sale. Buy online or call (612) 343-3390 and the friendly, knowledgeable folks at TicketWorks will assist you.
Support Skylark Opera
Even banner ticket sales pay only half the cost of our productions. We count on our supporters to fill the gap!
Please include Skylark Opera in your year-end giving. Just click below to donate online, or send your check to:
75 W. Fifth St., #414
St. Paul, MN 55102.
Free Landmark Concert, March 1, 2015
Plan to join us Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 1 p.m. at the Landmark Center for a wonderful FREE concert of music from Broadway in the 1930's.
This rich collection of theater music will be performed by a stellar quartet of singers, including:
- Emily Gunyou Halaas
- Paul Coate
- Vicki Fingalson
- Jake Endres
Guaranteed to cure the winter doldrums!
Skylark Opera's 2015 Festival
Skylark Opera's 2015 Festival, June 12-21, will present two musical gems never before produced in the Twin Cities. Don't miss them--you may never get another chance!
A passionate love story with a complex, fascinating heroine, this exquisite blend of operetta's romance and opera's deep emotion features some of the most sumptuous music Puccini ever wrote.
Five characters, an elegant Manhattan cocktail party, and Stephen Sondheim songs from many of his musicals create a compelling evening of theater as two couples and a mysterious guest explore the many dimensions of life and love.
Skylark thanks its many patrons who have generously made supporting donations and also the organizations who have provided grants, including the Minnesota State Arts Board, the Target Foundation, the Twin Cities Opera Guild, and the Harlan Boss Foundation for the Arts.
This activity funded, in part, by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund as appropriated by the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.