Bronx Opera

Bronx Opera Company was founded in 1967 by its artistic director and music director, the conductor Michael Spierman, and is run by Maestro Spierman in partnership with his son Benjamin Spierman, the company's General Director. The Company is a member of the New York Opera Alliance.

Bronx Opera Company presents two full productions each year. Its repertoire ranges from the very rarely performed to opera's "top ten." All productions are sung in English with full orchestra and chorus. Additionally, the Company presents concerts of opera excerpts throughout the year in the Bronx, Manhattan, and surrounding areas, and partners with local community schools and organizations to spread the word about the current production, create performances, and educate people in all areas of the performing arts.


In the Spring:

Bronx Opera will present Gilbert & Sullivan's IOLANTHE on May 11, 12, 17, & 18 at Lehman College's Lovinger Theatre in the Bronx.