Embark on a journey through the captivating realms of love, drama, and community with the world-renowned Central City Opera at the Levitt Pavilion’s exhilarating free concert summer series! Immerse yourself in the timeless hilarity of Gilbert and Sullivan’s operetta, “The Pirates of Penzance,” savor the grandeur of Puccini’s beloved “The Girl of the Golden West” (La fanciulla del West), and embrace the heart and soul of Kurt Weill’s iconic American opera, “Street Scene.”

Sunday, June 16, 5 p.m.
with Grande Orquesta Navarre

Founded in 1932, Central City Opera is the fifth oldest professional opera company in the country and is renowned for exquisite world-class productions, a robust young artist training program, creative education activities and community engagement. 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.