Opera Treats

Bite-sized opera on demand

Craving opera? Mariposa is delighted to serve up bite-sized musical content from some of our award-winning artists – free, accessible and online! In the fall of 2020, Opera Mariposa was fortunate enough to receive support from Creative BC and the City of Vancouver to explore safer music-making processes during the pandemic. The result was the launch of our ‘Opera Treats’ series. Check out the first three videos, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to make sure you don’t miss a thing!

Access: Videos include captioning, as well as a transcript of song lyrics accompanied by an English translation in both the video description and linked digital show programmes. Run time per video ranges from approx. 3 minutes to 7.5 minutes each.

Jacqueline Ko, soprano
Maria Hwa Yeong Jung, piano

Videographer – Sean Sullivan (Bombshelter Productions)
Recordist – Michael Foster (Blackfish Sound)
Editing + Engineering – Allison Cociani, David Meyer
Production Manager – Stephanie Ko
COVID-19 Safety Captain – Robin Hahn
Production Assistant – Sandra Ko
Translators – Birgit Eder, Robin Hahn

Filmed on September 30, 2020 at the Unitarian Church of Vancouver with strict COVID-19 protocols in place.

Download the show programme for ‘Nun eilt herbei’ here.

Lyndon Ladeur, tenor
Nina Horvath, piano

Lighting Designer – Harika Xu
Lighting Operator – Michelle Williams
Set + Lighting Crew – Frantz De Rycke, Brittony LeFever
Videography – Shot By Steph
Video + Audio Editing – Stephanie Ko, Jacqueline Ko
Translator – Jacqueline Ko

Originally filmed on June 18, 2018 at ‘Toward Tomorrow: A Benefit + Awareness Show’ at Marpole United Church in Vancouver, Canada.

Download the show programme for ‘Dies Bildnis’ here.

Robin Hahn, soprano
Maria Hwa Yeong Jung, piano

Video + Audio – Jacqueline Ko, Stephanie Ko
Covid-19 Safety Captain – Sandra Ko
Translation – Robin Hahn, Stephanie Ko

Recorded on September 9, 2021 at Opera Mariposa’s Vancouver studio with strict health and safety protocols in place.

Download the show programme for ‘Adieu, notre petite table’ here.

Supported by Creative BC
and the City of Vancouver

The pink Creative BC logo is shown over the blue and green City of Vancouver logo

Behind the scenes

A special sneak peek from the filming of our first Opera Treats video (2020). Photo credits: Robin Hahn, Sandra Ko.
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