Music! Words! Opera! Teachers’ Workshop

Music! Words! Opera! Teachers' Workshop

  • Music! Words! Opera! Teachers' Workshop

    June 22-24, 2020, 9 A.M. - 4 P.M. sally S. Levy Opera Center.

    Music! Words! Opera! curriculum is perfect for interdisciplinary study, joining music together with subjects including communications, science, mathematics, English, world studies, and fine arts. This summer's workshop explores Gershwin's Porgy and Bess.

    Ideal for teaching teams!


    - In-depth study of Gershwin's Porgy and Bess
    -Tools and strategies for creating original musicals and operas with your students.
    -A live performance at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis
    -Interdisciplinary lessons keyed to national and state standards
    -A professional rejuvenating time of learning and collaorating with peers

    “This is the greatest workshop! What an opportunity for being with the 'masters'.”
    “wonderful workshop; I am coming back every time!!”
    “Great addition to my curriculum.”
    “Very impressed with this workshop; this is one of the best musical/ theater trainings I've had outside of college; thanks for your vision and drive, OTSL!”
    “This is so amazing! It really teaches team-building”

    -University of Michigan professor Naomi André, author of the 2018 book Black Opera
    -National trainer Clifford Brooks, co-author of the Music! Words! Opera! Curriculum

    Non-credit workshop fee is $125.00. Tuition may be paid via check or credit card. Checks may be made payable to: Opera Theatre of Saint Louis and mailed to the attention of the Education Department, 210 Hazel Ave. Saint Louis, MO 63119. To pay via credit card, please call in card number to Allison Felter, Director of Education, at (314) 963-4250.

    Opera Theatre of Saint Louis is funded in part by the Regional Arts Commission, Arts and Education Council, National Endowment for the Arts and the Missouri Arts Council, with audience building programs supported by The Wallace Foundation.

    Opera Theatre promotes diversity and inclusion through community engagement, casting and hiring nondiscrimination policies, and its ADA compliance.