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Save the Date: Syracuse Opera To Host New York State Carmina Burana Sing-along

April 18, 2011

Syracuse Opera

Catherine Wolff

General & Artistic Director


Syracuse Opera To Host
New York State
Carmina Burana Sing-along

(Syracuse, N.Y., April 18, 2011) - Mark your calendars as Syracuse Opera will host the New York State Carmina Burana Sing-along on January 28, 2012, in Syracuse, NY.

The music of Carmina Burana transcends generations and musical genres as a favorite score of filmmakers. Join Syracuse Opera for a chance to sing this masterwork of the choral repertoire in a one-day workshop and sing-along with the Syracuse Opera Chorus and Director of Music Douglas Kinney Frost.

Carmina Burana Sing-along, Syracuse Opera

To learn more, or to be placed on a mailing list for this event, e-mail education@syracuseopera.com.



Joe Stabb
Director of Communication
O: (315) 475-5915
C: (315) 886-9544


Media Resources:

Syracuse Opera
2011-2012 Season


Music Sample

O Fortuna
Featuring Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Chorus conducted by James Levine
(MP3 - 12.3 MB)

(Music © 1985 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Hamburg)

Heard in these
Movies & TV Shows

Carmina Burana has been used in many movies and TV shows, including:

'Excalibur', 1981
'Hunt for Red October', 1990
'The Doors', 1991
'That 70's Show', 1999 (TV)
'Friends', 1999 (TV)
'The Bachelor', 1999
'The General's Daughter', 1999
'Jackass: The Movie', 2002
'Cheaper By the Dozen', 2003
'Epic Movie', 2007
'G-Force', 2009
'Glee', 2009 (TV)
'The Simpsons', 2009 (TV)

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About Syracuse Opera
Now in its 36th year, Syracuse Opera enriches the lives of the people of upstate New York through locally produced opera, the one all-inclusive art form that celebrates the beauty of the human singing voice energized through the spectacle of live theater. Offering three mainstage productions each season and year-round community performances and education programs, Syracuse Opera is a professional company reaching over 60,000 people annually. For more information, please visit www.SyracuseOpera.com or call (315) 475-5915.

Syracuse Opera productions are made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency; a state grant secured by Senator John A. DeFrancisco; and, through a grant from the Trust for Cultural Resources of the County of Onondaga.

Syracuse Opera is a member of OPERA America, the Arts & Culture Leadership Alliance of CNY, and the Cathedral Square Neighborhood Association.

Michael A. Connor
Director of Advancement