November 25, 2020 Association posts operating surplus, welcomes new board member Jennifer Szeto Toronto, ON – The Association for Opera in Canada held its Annual Meeting of Members this week where it was announced that the association posted an operating…
20th Anniversary brings a New Look, a New Name, a New Website – Coming Soon! 2020 marks the 20th anniversary of Opera.ca, and while COVID19 may have caused many cancellations, it has only delayed our plans for celebration. We are…
Announcing the LINK Emerging Artist Program
We are thrilled to announce the launch of the brand new Emerging Artist Fellowship, the first of multiple initiatives as part of the Leadership, Innovation, Networking, Knowledge (LINK) Emerging Artist Programs. The Fellowship will identify fifteen exceptional Canadian emerging artists to participate in a year-long skill development and leadership training program.
National Opera Directors Recognition Award
The annual National Opera Directors Recognition Award program honours one opera company board member for exemplary leadership and support on behalf of their respective opera company within their community.
The selected honouree is celebrated in their community in addition to a special dinner in New York City in February, where they are joined by the US recipients of the National Opera Trustee Recognition Award.
The deadline to nominate a board member for this award will be announced soon. Please submit the completed nomination form to Christina Loewen in Word or PDF format.
Networking & Uniting Initiatives
Opera.ca provides a united voice to governments and policy makers at all levels. Through ongoing relationship building, networking and appropriate interventions, Opera.ca works to ensure that the interests of its members and the broader Canadian opera sector are understood and considered.
Through various initiatives, Opera.ca endeavours to raise the profile of the Canadian opera sector with its various stakeholders, including funders, opera audiences and the general public.