January 10 - March 21, 2022
September 25, 2021
Naples, Florida U.S.A
Productions and Roles
The Pirates of Penzance by
Arthur Sullivan and W.S. Gilbert
- Mabel, soprano
- Ruth, mezzo-soprano
- Frederic, tenor
- The Pirate King, baritone
Performances January 20 and 21, 2022 at The Wang Opera Center with orchestra conducted by Ramón Tebar
Tosca by Giacomo Puccini
- Chorus, soprano
- Chorus, mezzo-soprano
- Spoletta, tenor
- Sciarrone, baritone
Performances March 2022 at The Festival Under the Stars with orchestra conducted by Ramón Tebar
Glory Denied by Tom Cipullo
- Young Alyce, soprano
- Old Alyce, mezzo-soprano
- Young Thompson, tenor
- Old Thompson, baritone
Performances March 19 and 21, 2022 at The Wang Opera Center with orchestra conducted by Ramón Tebar
On the Town (Semi-staged) by Leonard Bernstein
- Roles TBD (supporting and ensemble)
Performance March 2022 at The Festival Under the Stars with orchestra conducted by Ramón Tebar
Resident Artists also perform roles in a mini opera for a school engagement program and perform standard operatic repertoire in community outreach concerts.
Who are the Resident Artists?
Resident Artists are emerging professionals who participate in an artistically challenging residency program with Opera Naples. They receive training and performance opportunities in mainstage productions, in-school programs, and community outreach concerts and events.
In our 2022 season, we will have 4 Resident Artists – a soprano, mezzo-soprano, tenor, and baritone.
How are Resident Artists compensated?
A weekly stipend of $400 ($4,000 total for ten weeks), a travel stipend, and local housing will be provided over the course of the residency. Local transportation is not provided - Naples has limited public transportation, so it is necessary for Artists to have their own vehicles.