The health, safety and wellbeing of our audiences, artists and staff
is our highest priority, and we will continue to monitor the situation
closely and act in accordance with formal advice. We will provide
updates in the coming days on the situation and any additional
performances that may also be impacted.
Presenting exceptional opera to South Australians is our passion and
purpose. We are obviously disappointed to be unable to share with you
what we know are remarkable performances of much-loved works.
We recognise that these are extraordinary times and that community
wellbeing is paramount. As a flagship arts organisation, we do not take
the decision to cancel a performance lightly. We are committed to
supporting the talented singers, artists and creatives who reside at the
core of this company and assure you that these wonderful people will be
on our stages and in our productions as soon as possible. We know we
can count on our audiences, partners and broader community to support
each other at this time.
In the short term, we plan to focus our efforts in the coming months
on engagement with music teachers via the much-anticipated Confident
Conductor Program, the exciting new development ofWhen The Rain Stops Falling – The Opera, and the annual Opera Winter School.
In accordance with the rights of ticket holders under the Live Performance Award, all patrons ofCarmina Burana andThe Barber of Seville are eligible for a full refund via ticketing partner BASS.All refunds will be automatic and issued within 7 days of event cancellation.
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We look forward to seeing you in the foyers and at the performances when we are back in showbusiness!
Yarmila and Stuart