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  • Richard Trey Smagur: Love Letter to Atlanta - Verdi's MacBeth

    Trey Smagur sings "Ah, la paterna mano" from Giuseppe Verdi's MacBeth. MacDuff laments the loss of his family to MacBeth. Recorded in the Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse in Atlanta, Georgia.

  • Morris Robinson and Friends: A Concert for Unity (ASL Version)

    Created and lead by Atlanta native and renowned bass Morris Robinson, and featuring noted Black opera singers, Ronnita Miller, Jasmine Habersham, and Joshua Conyers, the Concert for Unity is a special celebration that includes selections from spirituals, gospel, rock, opera, and spoken word by ac...

  • The Threepenny Carmen Trailer

    The Atlanta Opera’s all-new version of this beloved classic explores a modern Carmen. Set at the fringes of society, Bizet’s music is intertwined with the dramatic stomps and flourishes of flamenco.

  • Richard Trey Smagur: Love Letter to Atlanta - Mr. Cellophane

    In the fifth installment of Love Letters to Atlanta, Trey Smagur talks to Tomer Zvulun about his influences, growing up in the foothills of north Georgia and more. Smagur performs "Mr. Cellophane" from Chicago.

  • The Threepenny Opera Trailer

    In this world premiere version of The Threepenny Opera, an army of puppets are led by their live doppelgängers. Classic tunes including “Mack the Knife,” “Pirate Jenny” and ballads for broken relationships, struggle, love, life and death are the heart of the production.