Bring a fully-staged, virtual opera into your classroom!
In this new adaptation of the classic fairytale, Cinderella overcomes her circumstances and transforms into the person she was always meant to be…which is who she was all along! Featuring new twists, this timeless tale of kindness, love, and self-realization is sure to enchant young—and young at heart—audiences of all ages!
This new production was filmed in HD at the Opera Center and features large, easy-to-read subtitles throughout. Through assistance from our generous education sponsors, this program is free for schools and community groups. Request more information by following the link below.
Length: 40 minutes
Cost: No charge for school and community groups
Invite our Artists in Residence into your classroom for an interactive digital workshop!
These young, professional singers will share their talent as they perform well-known opera arias and songs, introduce your students to opera terminology, and discuss their careers. We also invite students to ask their own questions! This virtual program can be customized to fit within your class schedules and curriculum requirements.
Experience the magic of live theatre at its best!
Middle and high school student groups may attend our final dress rehearsals in the Saenger Theatre. Tickets are $5 per student and $8 per chaperone (one chaperone is required for every ten students).
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Student Dress Rehearsals will not be offered in 2021. Check back next season for 2022 dates.
Let your students be the stars of the show!
“From Words to Music” is a nationally recognized program offered by Pensacola Opera’s education department for the past fifteen years. Each year, music and language teachers work together with their students to craft and execute a fully original, student-composed opera over the course of a school year. As we make a necessary shift toward online, remote education opportunities, Pensacola Opera is proud to offer a re-imagined “From Words to Music” concept, designed specifically for digital learning. Over the course of four to six sessions, Director of Education Cody Martin will work with your class to create a brief original opera, culminating in an online performance that can be recorded and shared with family and friends!
For more information, follow the link below to contact Cody Martin, Director of Education.
Get in the action!
Week-long summer camp sessions introduce children and teens ages 8-17 to the magic of opera including vocal coaching, dramatic training, audition techniques, and set design. Each camp session culminates in a final performance by the campers, for their friends and families.
Information for Summer 2021 camps will be published here in Spring 2021.