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INSIDE LOOK: Check out the Kentucky Opera’s new home

Kentucky Opera has debuted its new home, the Opera Center, a 16,000-square-foot space in Downtown Louisville that will serve as a community hub for Kentucky Opera to rehearse, audition, build costumes, provide educational programming, gather for special events and conduct business operations.The Opera Center, located in the central business district at 708 Magazine St., is a multifunctional space that will house Kentucky Opera’s administrative and ticket offices, as well as its costume shop, according to Louisville Business First.”Today marks the beginning of a new era for Kentucky Opera,” Barbara Lynne Jamison, general director and CEO of Kentucky Opera, said in a news release. “The Opera Center is a modern, vibrant space that will allow Kentucky Opera to expand its mission with broader community programs, deeper partnerships, and dynamic, artful experiences for our entire community.”The Opera Center’s Rehearsal and Community Hall is a large, flexible space that will be designed and equipped to allow for small and large events. The space includes classroom and coaching studios for youth workshop and camp participants, performing artists, as well as new and expanded programs for children and adults.The organization actually moved into the space in early July, according to Jamison. She said the organization liked the space for its openness and wanted to be close to the Brown Theater, where many of its performances take place.You can read the full article from Louisville Business First by clicking here.

Kentucky Opera has debuted its new home, the Opera Center, a 16,000-square-foot space in Downtown Louisville that will serve as a community hub for Kentucky Opera to rehearse, audition, build costumes, provide educational programming, gather for special events and conduct business operations.

The Opera Center, located in the central business district at 708 Magazine St., is a multifunctional space that will house Kentucky Opera’s administrative and ticket offices, as well as its costume shop, according to Louisville Business First.

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“Today marks the beginning of a new era for Kentucky Opera,” Barbara Lynne Jamison, general director and CEO of Kentucky Opera, said in a news release. “The Opera Center is a modern, vibrant space that will allow Kentucky Opera to expand its mission with broader community programs, deeper partnerships, and dynamic, artful experiences for our entire community.”

The Opera Center’s Rehearsal and Community Hall is a large, flexible space that will be designed and equipped to allow for small and large events. The space includes classroom and coaching studios for youth workshop and camp participants, performing artists, as well as new and expanded programs for children and adults.

The organization actually moved into the space in early July, according to Jamison. She said the organization liked the space for its openness and wanted to be close to the Brown Theater, where many of its performances take place.

You can read the full article from Louisville Business First by clicking here.

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