Jobs & Auditions
HIRING SOPRANO, MEZZO-SOPRANO, AND PIANIST
The Arlyn M. Brewster Tucson OperaTunity Troupe travels to area schools performing all-school assemblies of various adapted operas for elementary and middle school aged students. The troupe performs over 100 shows for over 25,000 students from January - May. This year’s show is Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?, adapted from Mozart’s Don Giovanni, performed in English.
Studio Artists receive Main Stage assignments throughout the season, in addition to a fully staged scenes or cabaret program. Arizona Opera programs a number of Main Stage productions per season, spanning repertoire from world premieres to beloved classics. Anticipated assignments for the 2024/25 Season will be shared with candidates upon receiving an offer of employment.
Arizona Opera is seeking a motivated, detail-oriented, and energetic Staff Accountant to join its Finance team as the company continues to pursue its vision of artistic vitality, delivery of civic value, audience expansion, and institutional strength and sustainability.
Dresser is an hourly position that helps to maintain costumes by steaming, pressing, and completing small scale notes as well as running the show including checking costumes in/out.
Arizona Opera, originally the Tucson Opera Company, was founded in 1971 by a dedicated group of opera enthusiasts. Its inaugural season featured two performances of Rossini’s The Barber of Seville in Tucson and by the 1976/77 Season, Arizona Opera was performing complete seasons in both Tucson and Phoenix.
Arizona Opera announces auditions for the following:
Violin II, Chair 8 (18 svcs*)
*projected services for 2023/24 Season
Violin 2, Chair 8 auditions will take place on Monday, October 9, 2023. Time and location TBA.
Arizona Opera is seeking a motivated, detail-oriented, and energetic Development Operations Coordinator to join its Development team as the company continues to pursue its vision of artistic vitality, delivery of civic value, audience expansion, and institutional strength and sustainability, and as the performing arts recover from the pandemic.