- 2011-2012 SEASON OVERVIEW
Welcome to Center Stage Opera's 2011-2012 season! In what is sure to be our most exciting season to date, we present operatic repertoire from some of the most influential composers to have ever lived.
Our year started off with a bang when we presented a spectacular concert of opera's greatest hits, featuring arias and ensembles by Mozart, Verdi, Puccini, Rossini and other beloved composers. The season then kicked into high gear when Puccini's most beloved masterpiece, La Bohème, took the stage for a very special concert spectacular. We will then conclude on a high note (no pun intended!) as we present the ever raucous and delightful Barber of Seville from none other than the master of Italian comedy, Gioachino Rossini.
Although subscriptions for this year have ended, keep your eyes out for our announcement of next season so you can be one of the first to secure tickets for what is sure to be a season you won't want to miss. In th meantime, you can still buy tickets for the Barber of Seville individually by navigating to the opera's main information page.
As a subscriber, you have the opportunity to reserve your tickets at a discounted rate in advance of public ticket sales and will enjoy the benefits of first-choice priority seating and ticket exchange up to 24 hours before your performance dates. Our subscription packages are available right in your backyard for a fraction of the price you will find elsewhere in Los Angeles. Please take a look at what we have in store, as I think you'll agree - there has never been a better time to be a CSO season subscriber!
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The 2011-2012 season starts off with a spectacular concert of operas greatist hits from some of the literature's most beloved composers. Click above for more info.
The season kicks into high gear when we present a very special La Bohème concert spectacular you will definitely not want to miss. Click above for more info.
We wrap the season up with a bang as we present a brand-new production of Rossini's delightful cassic, The Barber of Seville. Click above for more info.