Opera Omaha offers digital “modulation”

Tickets are available through Opera Omaha for “Modulation”, billed as an experience that “breaks the boundaries of opera and musical theater”.

The digital production takes viewers into imaginary spaces that explore themes such as isolation, identity and fear. You can choose which worlds you want to visit. The world premiere show features original compositions by 13 composers.

It was commissioned, developed and produced by Prototype and is a co-presentation with Los Angeles Opera, Opera Omaha and Carolina Performing Arts at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Visit operaomaha.org for more information and a link to tickets. “Modulation” is broadcast until January 16.






The outdoor concerts at Holland Center last year were a success, said Joan Squires, President of Omaha Performing Arts, so they’re coming back this spring.


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“Holland Center Outdoors” returns this spring

When you are done using your blanket to stay warm this winter, you can bring it to the Holland Center in May.

It was then that Omaha Performing Arts brought back “Holland Center Outdoors,” a concert series on the downtown’s eastern lawn.

Social distancing concerts in space were presented for the first time last fall.

“People were thrilled with the experience,” said Joan Squires, President of Omaha Performing Arts.


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