Indiana University Opera and Ballet Theater
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As one of the most comprehensive and acclaimed institutions for the study of music, the IU Jacobs School of Music plays a key role in educating performers, scholars, and music educators who influence music performance and education around the globe.

The more than 1,600 students who study at the Jacobs School of Music benefit from the intensity and focus of a conservatory combined with the broad academic offerings of a major university.

The essence of a great music school is its faculty, and the more than 180 full-time faculty members in residence at the IU Jacobs School of Music include performers, scholars, and teachers of international renown. In addition, many top musicians and scholars come to the school each year to give master classes and guest lectures or to serve as visiting artistic directors, conductors, and faculty.

The breadth and number of performance opportunities are unparalleled in college music study, with the school offering more than 1,100 performances a year, including up to seven fully staged operas. The school's facilities, including five buildings located in the heart of the IU Bloomington campus, comprise outstanding recital halls, more than 170 practice rooms, choral and instrumental rehearsal rooms, and more than 100 offices and studios. The grandest facility is the Musical Arts Center, which features technical capabilities that are among the best in the nation. 

The Indiana University Opera and Ballet Theater produces six fully staged operas and three fully staged ballets per season.  With the goal of providing the young artists of the Jacobs School with a professional experience the theater hires top professional conductors, stage directors, and designers from the industry.  Combined with a world class faculty, facilities, and staff the theater operates as a level 2/3 company.  The 190,000 square foot Musical Arts Center features a theater with a computerized three wagon stage system with a 48ft programmable turntable, ten story fly space, adjustable proscenium, orchestra pit that will accommodate up to 100 pieces orchetras, and a house that seats 1436.

The Jacobs School of Music graduates include some of the world's most successful performers, conductors, composers, music educators, scholars, and managers of arts organizations.

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Die lustige Witwe (The Merry Widow) Franz Lehár Leo Stein, Viktor Léon9/22/20239/23/2023
L'incoronazione di Poppea Claudio Monteverdi Giovanni Francesco Busenello10/15/202110/16/2021
The Magic Flute Wolfgang Mozart Emanuel Schikaneder9/17/20219/25/2021
Mass Leonard Bernstein Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Schwartz4/5/20194/13/2019
L'elisir d'amore Gaetano Donizetti Felice Romani2/22/20193/2/2019
Giulio Cesare George Handel Nicola Francesco Haym2/1/20192/9/2019
Hansel and Gretel Engelbert Humperdinck Adelheid Wette11/2/201811/17/2018
Dialogues des Carmélites Francis Poulenc Francis Poulenc10/12/201810/20/2018
The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs Mason Bates Mark Campbell9/14/20189/22/2018
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