OPERA San Antonio’s mission is to produce opera of uncompromising artistic quality and to enrich our community through educational outreach and social engagement. The company is committed to preserving and sharing opera as an art form that is relevant, inspirational, and accessible to residents and visitors of all ages and backgrounds. The civic premise of OPERA San Antonio is that the community needs, and the citizens deserve, access to the major performing arts.

OPERA San Antonio strives to foster meaningful cultural activities and broaden public participation in the arts. Of the performing arts, opera is in many ways the most accessible, combining story and character, drama, symphonic music, and voice. When people encounter great opera they encounter a profoundly humanistic enterprise—human characters, human emotion, and music from the most unique instrument, the human voice. 

The current COVID-19 pandemic will affect us all, especially the singers, the orchestra, and our behind the scenes guest staff who are not paid for engagements unless the performances are held. With cancelations worldwide, many artists are facing months of lost income.  Therefore we have created the Artist Relief Fund.

If you wish to help OSA performing artists in their time of need, please consider a gift to this fund by clicking here and share our campaign on social media.

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OPERA San Antonio’s mission is to produce opera of uncompromising artistic quality and to enrich our community through educational outreach and social engagement. The company is committed to preserving and sharing opera as an art form that is relevant, inspirational, and accessible to residents and visitors of all ages and backgrounds. The civic premise of OPERA San Antonio is that the community needs, and the citizens deserve, access to the major performing arts.

OPERA San Antonio strives to foster meaningful cultural activities and broaden public participation in the arts. Of the performing arts, opera is in many ways the most accessible, combining story and character, drama, symphonic music, and voice. When people encounter great opera they encounter a profoundly humanistic enterprise—human characters, human emotion, and music from the most unique instrument, the human voice. 

The current COVID-19 pandemic will affect us all, especially the singers, the orchestra, and our behind the scenes guest staff who are not paid for engagements unless the performances are held. With cancelations worldwide, many artists are facing months of lost income.  Therefore we have created the Artist Relief Fund.

If you wish to help OSA performing artists in their time of need, please consider a gift to this fund by clicking here and share our campaign on social media.