Artists in Residence Program
Applications for the 2022-23 Artists in Residence Program will open in August 2021. Live audition dates are TBD, but they will likely be held in NYC and Pensacola in December 2021. Check back at this page for more details in August 2021.
For more information about the Artists in Residence Program, click here.
Auditions for Principal Roles
Non-managed singers interested in principal role opportunities may send submissions and materials at any time. Please see the list of required materials to the right.
Please include the following materials:
- A current resume in PDF format
- Two video recordings made in the last 12 months
- Names and contact information for two professional references (i.e. coach, conductor, director)
Materials may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pensacola Opera Chorus
The Pensacola Opera Chorus is a group of talented and dedicated volunteers who perform in the Opera’s mainstage productions rehearsing for over 120 hours to bring Pensacola Opera’s productions to life.
Being a part of the Opera Chorus is a rewarding way for community members to indulge their love of singing, performing, and the operatic repertoire.
For more information about the Opera Chorus, click here.
39th Season Audition Information
*Returning members may re-audition if they wish to be considered for voice part reassignment.
Auditions for new chorus members interested in our 39th season productions of The Magic Flute (Mozart) and The Barber of Seville (Rossini) will be held in early Fall 2021. Information about audition dates and locations will be posted here in August 2021.
Requirements: One art song, aria, or musical theatre song in any language (no more than five minutes in length). A pianist will be provided.
For more information regarding chorus auditions, email Cody Martin at email@example.com.
We are not currently hiring for any positions.
Want to get a behind the scenes look at the inner workings of your local opera company?
Join Pensacola Opera by exploring the internship opportunities available in administration, marketing, production, and education. The staff strives to ensure that an internship serves to enhance the student’s educational experience and career development by providing credits towards your degree. All interns become integral members of the department(s) they work in and gain valuable experience while making professional contacts.
All internships are unpaid positions and housing is not included in the internship. Pensacola Opera will work with the student’s schedule and requirements to determine the length and hours of the internship.
To apply, please submit the following:
• Cover letter indicating why you have an interest in working in the arts and specific areas you would like to learn more about (general arts administration, education, marketing and PR, etc.)
• Résumé including present and permanent addresses, education, and work experience
• One letter of recommendation from a professor, past intern supervisor, or other person with knowledge of your work ethic
Submit application materials to:
Chandra McKern, Executive Director – firstname.lastname@example.org