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New Camerata Opera (NCO) is a non-profit[1], Manhattan based opera company. It was co-founded in 2016 by Erik Bagger, Victor Khodadad, Stan Lacy, Alexandra Lang, Scott Lindroth, Eva Parr, Barbara Porto, and Julia Tang. The company is a member of the New York Opera Alliance. [2]

The company performs at least two operas a year as well as various performances at venues throughout New York City.[3] It is comprised of three distinct branches; Mainstage Productions, Camerata Piccola, and CamerataWorks. In the 2018-2019 season, NCO performed three operas at The Flea Theater as an anchor partner. [4]

Mainstage Productions[edit]

Year Composer Opera
2016 Franz Lehár The Count of Luxembourg and Other Tales: A Viennese Pastiche
2017 Gian Carlo Menotti The Medium
2018 Richard Marriott Divide Light
2018 Gustav Holst Savitri (opera)
2018 John Blow Venus and Adonis (opera)
2019 Benjamin Britten The Rape of Lucretia

Camerata Piccola[edit]

Camerata Piccola performes operas that are arranged for children at locations throughout the five boroughs of Manhattan. It presents operas in English designed specifically for students ages 2-16. The company's children's operas include Peter Rabbit, Rumpelstiltskin, Wrecked in the Ruin, and Party at the Opera.


NCO’s online film studio, CamerataWorks, commissions operas and broadcasts them online. Its projects include The Ives Projectand The Prince von Pappenschmear.


  1. ^ "Guidestar".
  2. ^ "New York Opera Alliance". New York Opera Alliance.
  3. ^ "Classical Singer Magazine". Classical Singer.
  4. ^ "2018-2019 Flea Theater Anchor Partners". http://theflea.org/for-artists/anchor-partners/. Archived from the original on August 31, 2018. External link in |website= (help)

External Links[edit]

New Camerata Opera website