Apotheosis Opera

Join Apotheosis Opera Artistic Director Matthew Jenkins Jaroszewicz, concertmaster Amos Lee, and members of the AO orchestra and chorus for the premiere of Zach Gulaboff Davis’ Violin Concerto No. 2 and a performance of Fauré’s Requiem at Carnegie's Weill Hall.

opera that grabs you by the heart and never lets go.

Apotheosis Opera seeks to bring fresh energy into the New York opera scene by connecting new performers with new audiences. The transcendent moments found in the opera house would be appealing to vast numbers of people but are, at this point, known only to relatively few. Our goal is to change this. We mount fully-staged, English-language productions of large-scale works in the summer, setting up just the right conditions for creating new opera nuts.

Opera is hot when its stars shine brightly. Apotheosis productions give some of New York’s most talented young performers the game-changing opportunity to sing big roles for the first time.

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Apotheosis Opera is fiscally sponsored by Theater Resources Unlimited, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Apotheosis Opera must be made payable to Theater Resources Unlimited only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

"[Apotheosis Opera] succeeded in the most basic mission of opera:
music and drama grabbed the audience by the heart and never let go."
James Jorden, New York Observer, on 2016's La Fanciulla del West


Interested in being a part of Apotheosis Opera? Are you a singer or orchestra musician?

Email scott@apotheosisopera.org to get involved!