2017-2018 Season Information

Mark Your Calendars – August 8, 2017  

Opera NH will present “The Three Sopranos” in an rich program of  classic music filled with operatic and musical theatre favorites . Opera NH invites all to attend this very special concert event which is sure to offer something for everyone in the family.  Join us at Stark Park for an evening of fun and delight.

More 2017-18 Season Information Coming Soon!

Past Performances



La Traviata

by Verdi

February 25, 2017 ~ 7:00 PM

Stockbridge Theatre (Pinkerton Academy)

The setting takes place in Paris. A party is being given at the house of the city’s most beautiful and adored courtesan, Violetta Valéry. She greets her guests, among them Flora Bervoix, the Marquis D’Obigny, Baron Douphol and Doctor Grenvil. Gastone introduces Alfredo Germont to Violetta, and the young man tells Violetta that he admires her and thinks of her constantly. Gastone proposes a toast, and Alfredo responds with a drinking song. When the guests move into the ballroom to dance, Violetta feels indisposed and begs her guests to go on without her. Alfredo remains behind and declares how much he loves her. She tells him she can only offer friendship. She gives him a flower, asking him to return when it has faded. Alone, she thinks about Alfredo, but resolves to enjoy herself and her whirlwind lifestyle.


Arias and Apertivo  

January 28, 2017 6:00 – 9:00 PM

Please Join Us for a evening of Live performance of Arias from your favorite Operas and An “Apertivo” in support of Opera NH.  The evening will include a silent auction of Opera inspired Art and Gifts. All proceeds support Opera NH.  In its 52nd Season Opera NH is a Non Profit dedicated to the promotion and education of Opera in New Hampshire.

Nashua Country Club 25 Fairway St., Nashua, NH  6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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by Puccini

October 14, 2016 ~ 7:00 PM

Palace Theatre – Manchester NH

Angelotti, an escaped political prisoner, takes refuge in a side chapel of the church of Sant’Andrea della Valle in Rome. An elderly sacristan comes to tidy up, followed by Cavaradossi, a painter, who is at work on a portrait of the Madonna. Cavaradossi compares his Madonna’s blonde-haired, blue-eyed charm with the dark beauty of his lover, the famous singer Floria Tosca (“Recondita armonia”).

Angelotti emerges from hiding to find Cavaradossi, his political ally, who promises to help his friend escape from Rome. Angelotti hides again at the sound of Tosca’s voice from outside. Tosca jealously demands to know why the door was locked. Cavaradossi reassures her, and they join in a passionate duet (“Non la sospiri”).