After taking in consideration the guidance of public health experts, as well as the opinions of patrons, singers, orchestra members and advisers, Opera in the Heights has announced its suspension of all fall productions.
The company, located at 1703 Heights Blvd., made the announcement via social media on July 25.
The fall productions impacted by the announcement include the 25th Anniversary All-Stars concert, which will be postponed to a date that has yet to be determined, and II Trovatore, which would have opened in October.
The Spring schedule of Lucia di Lammermoor and Le Nozze di Figaro is still in place.
“We are currently securing outdoor/open-air venues where socially-distanced performances can take place in a concert format for the maximum safety of both our patrons and performers,” the post read.
In place of the fall productions, Opera in the Heights will present a series of short digital productions via online streaming and pop-up outdoor performances.