Opera houses might all be locked down for the moment but we can still enjoy opera and plan future trips. Here are some things we found interesting, entertaining or both.

For Young Music Lovers

The Assembly of Animals – Giorgos Kouroupos

For those who are missing grandchildren and other young friends, here's something to share with them on Zoom or Facetime.

As part of the Greek National Opera's Exit:Spring season of online performances, acclaimed Greek baritone Tassis Christoyannis, accompanied on the piano by Nicolas Vassiliou, bring a delightful fairytale to life. A real delight for younger music lovers, these talented musicians share the screen with simple yet engaging animations to tell the story of what happens when the animals get together to create a new leader.


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