This page was last updated on: June 16, 2018
Capitol Opera Harrisburg was founded in July, 2000, by Kathleen Torchia, a native of Harrisburg.
From 2004 to 2010 Captiol Opera Harrisburg made its home at the William Penn Campus Auditorium, which was offered by the City of Harrisburg under Stephen R. Reed.
Currently, Capitol Opera Harrisburg is performing in various Harrisburg venues and is headquartered at:
909 North Mountain Road in Harrisburg.
You can reach us at 717-303-9030.
Kathleen Torchia - Puccini Arias CD
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1-La canzone di Doretta
2-Mi chiamano Mimi
3-O Mio Babbino Caro
5-Sola, perduta, abbandonata
6-Un bel di vedremo
7-Vissi d'arte, vissi d'amore
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Julia - Written and Composed by Ken Mizak
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Capitol Opera Harrisburg
is proud to announce
its recent merger with the
Central Pennsylvania Youth Opera
This is a marriage of organizations that will strengthen the greater Harrisburg Community's Arts scene. Many plans are in the works... stay tuned!!!!
Capitol Opera produced the following operas:
Puccini' Tosca + Mozart's Marriage of Figaro + Bizet's Carmen
Verdi's La Traviata + Leoncavallo's I Pagliacci + Puccini's Bohem
The World Premier of Tina Davidson's Summer of the Swans
Moyer's Not A Tenor + Verdi's Rigoletto
If you are interested in performing with Capitol Opera Harrisburg, whether it be as a lead, an adult chorus member or a Capitol Opera Youth Chorus member, please e-mail us at: email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you!!
After a successful Gala, the Capitol Opera Youth Chorus makes its dramatic exit from the Holiday Inn East in Harrisburg in February, 2010.
New Harrisburg Artistic Staff
Business Advisor...Craig Schilling
Associates: Ralph Caminero and Tom Torchia
Capitol Opera Harrisburg is a branch of Capitol Opera Companies, Inc.,
a non-profit / community-benefit corporation.
History is made in Finestra Hall!
Capitol Opera Harrisburg revived the long-time-sleepy operetta, “Rose of the Danube”!
The operetta hadn’t been performed since 1967, but it pleased the audiences in Bishop McDevitt’s “Finestra Hall” on June 8 & 9, 2018, thanks to Capitol Opera Harrisburg!
Capitol Opera Companies, Inc., the non-profit/501(c)(3)/community-benefit corporation, continues to please audiences throughout the USA!