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Nashville Opera provides many ways to enhance the opera going experience for lifelong aficionados, first-timers, and anyone in between.  We strive to cultivate and enrich the arts in Nashville through a variety of events, lectures, and educational resources.  Explore what opportunities await!  Book here.



Dress Rehearsals


Let your students be among the very first to see Nashville Opera’s mainstage productions by attending these special dress rehearsals!  Rehearsals take place in Andrew Jackson Hall at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center in  downtown Nashville.  This season’s remaining offering is:


La Bohème by Puccini

Tuesday, October 7, 2014, 7 p.m.

Andrew Jackson Hall

Tennessee Performing Arts Center

Nashville, Tennessee


The Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert & Sullivan

Tuesday, April 7, 2015, 7 p.m.

Andrew Jackson Hall

Tennessee Performing Arts Center

Nashville, Tennessee


Participating schools will receive an extensive study guide to prepare for the opera and supplement learning in the classroom.  Schools may also request additional education opportunities both at the theater and in the classroom.


Cost:  $8 for students, $10 for adult chaperones

You receive one FREE chaperone pass for every 10 students.


Book here.



Study Guides


Developed by the education department, Nashville Opera study guides offer detailed information on the season’s productions and an opportunity to enhance your knowledge.  Use these guides as your opera companion and ignite your passion by learning more about opera.  Coming soon.


For more information, please contact us:  cmckern@nashvilleopera.org

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