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The Box Office is closed in observance of the Memorial Day holiday and will reopen Tuesday, May 26 at 10am (phones only).
Long-time opera fan or opera curious? Check the following stations for upcoming broadcasts highlighting San Francisco Opera performances.
Tune in to Classical KDFC for “The Opera Hour” on the first Sunday of every month at 8pm PDT/PST on 90.3, 104.9, 89.9, 103.9 FM and streaming online at KDFC.com. "The Opera Hour" is hosted by KDFC’s President Bill Lueth and SF Opera’s General Director Matthew Shilvock. This monthly one-hour program welcomes long-time opera fans and the opera curious who want to discover the magic of this music by highlighting upcoming opera performances and gems from the SF Opera archives.
Tune in to the WFMT Radio Network on Saturday mornings at 10am PST to hear operatic favorites, recorded live and broadcast nationally and internationally across the network. San Francisco Opera performances are broadcast in the fall.
See some of our best productions from past seasons on KQED TV.
An ardent poet and a young noblewoman are passionately attracted only to be separated by the turmoil and terror of the French Revolution.
Cunning, clever, and big-hearted, Figaro is precisely the sort of person you want as a friend.
Sparkling with virtuosic singing and playful humor, this boisterous comedy pits the miserly Don Pasquale against his nephew Ernesto and Ernesto’s sweetheart, the crafty young Norina.
One of China’s greatest classical novels—as famous in China as Romeo and Juliet is in the West—recounts the love triangle between a young nobleman and two very different women: one his spiritual soulmate, the other a beautiful heiress.
The Opera Hour welcomes longtime opera fans and the opera curious to discover the magic of opera. In each episode, Lueth and Shilvock will share new recordings of arias, duets and ensembles they are enjoying along with some of their favorites, honoring singers of the past. The hosts will highlight opportunities to hear great singing around the Bay Area and dig into the treasure trove of archival San Francisco Opera broadcasts. Additionally, Shilvock will take listeners backstage at the War Memorial Opera House and, with the help of special guests, share insights about this spectacular artform.
Edgar Allan Poe's Gothic tale about a decaying castle inhabited by a tormented man and his sickly sister comes to life—twice!