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2020 Festival Update

Due to ongoing safety concerns caused by COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 Festival.

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2020 Festival Update:

Out of commitment to the safety and wellbeing of our staff, artists and community, Central City Opera has made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 Festival until 2021 due to ongoing health concerns caused by COVID-19. We believe the decision is in the best interest of all involved and look forward to singing extraordinary stories again soon. We will be contacting all of our 2020 ticket holders directly with options including converting to donation, exchange for 2021 or a full refund. In addition, we have established the CCO COVID-19 Relief Fund to support our 2020 Festival company and Central City Opera during this challenging time.

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Central City Opera’s mission is to sing extraordinary stories to spark imagination, inspire creativity and open minds to the breadth of human experience. Founded in 1932, Central City Opera is the fifth oldest professional opera company in the country and is renowned for exquisite world-class productions, competitive and robust young artist training program and creative education and community engagement activities. Our annual summer opera festival takes place at 8,500 feet above sea level in the Colorado mountain town of Central City, only 35 miles west of Denver, where the company owns and maintains 27 Victorian-era properties, including the intimate 550-seat jewel box opera house built in 1878.

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As a first timer to Central City Opera for a production, it was a true pleasure to see a production worthy of a New York stage in a small town mountain setting. It might be an hour and a half drive up the mountain, but as the curtain is drawn and the first notes are sung, it is apparent rather quickly that every minute in the car was worth it.

Bobby Reyes

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