A Little Night Music

Written By: Clare Callahan, CNY Arts Intern


The Syracuse Opera in in the midst of its 40th Anniversary Season! If you didn’t know, the Syracuse Opera is the only year-round professional opera company serving Upstate New York.  The locally produced opera runs year round and operates under the values of: Artistic Excellence, Integrity, and Community Enrichment.  

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During its first year, from 1974-1975, the Opera performed Cinderella, The Magic Flute and Madama Butterfly.  For the past 40 years the Syracuse Opera has continued to produce successful performances including The Man of La  Mancha (86-87), Babes in Toyland (89-90), and Sweeney Todd (2012-13).

The Syracuse Opera is continuing its 40th season with a production of A Little Night Music. This Tony Award Winning Production will be sung in english with projected english titles.  The score is thought to be one of composer Stephen Sondheim’s best work’s and features songs including: Send in the Clowns’, and ‘The Glamorous Life’.  The story follows former and current lovers in Sweden who experience betrayal, party crashing and a lavish country estate.  The cast includes two audience favorites from Die Fledermaus, Peter Kendall Clark and Rachel Zatcoff.


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All Syracuse Opera A Little Night Music ticket holders have the opportunity for a pre-performance ‘backstage pass’ talk hosted by the show’s Artistic Director, Douglas Kinney Frost.  The talks begins about 1 hour before the show and lasts about 30 minutes.

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If you are interested in a preview of the show, head out to Barnes and Noble in DeWitt this Saturday, January 25th to see cast members perform selections from the opera.


Support the Syracuse Opera, enjoy an amazing performance, and gear up for another 40 years of great performances!

What: The Syracuse Opera Presents: A Little Night Music

Where: The Civic Center in the Carrier Theater

When: February 6 at 8pm, February 8th at 2pm, February 11th at 7:30 pm, February 13th at 8pm, and February 15th at 2pm.

How Much: Tickets start at $20

 For More Information Visit: or, Single tickets are available by calling the Syracuse Opera Box Office at (315) 476-7372.



Posted On: January 21, 2015
Listed As: Events in CNY