American Baroque Opera Company, based in Dallas, Texas, presents both familiar operas and rarely heard gems of the baroque as fully staged productions in an intimate style to educate new audiences...
American Baroque Opera Company, based in Dallas, Texas, presents both familiar operas and rarely heard gems of the baroque as fully staged productions in an intimate style to educate new audiences about authentic early music performance practice.
In April of 2017, ABOC was founded by two instrumentalists and voice teacher as an opera company that performs Baroque repertoire using period instruments and authentic performance practice. Our vision is to become the leading proponent of informed performances of Baroque opera in the U.S. and to develop a diverse new audience for this exquisite genre. ABOC is a member of Early Music America.
The company presented the North American premiere of Vivaldi’s Montezuma and introduced sopranist Keymon Murrah to the professional opera world. The company grew by 75% in revenue during each of its first three years. In its fourth season, the company adapted by going digital by producing three masterful operatic scenas, including an innovative collaboration with Classical Indian dance company Indique; filming Christmas greetings; and planning for a larger, fully-staged virtual spring season, with Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas and the world premiere of a puppet opera version of Telemann’s Don Quixote.
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