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Shop ’til You Drop…Locally

I’m a magazine reader, maybe because with my busy mom schedule I cannot seem to sit down and read more than five pages of a book…the same five pages I read last time, because it’s been so long since I … Continue reading

A Year of Snow, A Year of Plenty

With Nemo approaching Cooperstown, we’re reminded of the last blizzard we had here:

Glimmerglass Has Arrived in Oman!

We arrived earlier this week and are still adjusting to the time change and everything that goes along with travelling this far. However, yesterday was a great first day of rehearsal! Before yesterday’s rehearsal Managing Director Linda Jackson; Company Manager … Continue reading

Giving Back

For the second year, Glimmerglass participated as a collection site for the Opportunities for Otsego Holiday Basket food drive. We offered participants $1 off a ticket per can donated. The food Glimmerglass collected will be added to that of other … Continue reading

Catch Rod Gilfry and Daughter Carin on NPR Tonight

Baritone Rod Gilfry and his daughter Carin Gilfry will be featured on Dick Gordon’s NPR show, The Story, this evening.   The father/daughter duo discuss how performing has become a family business.  Part of their conversation focuses on Glimmerglass Artistic & … Continue reading

Glimmerglass: Producing Opera and Saving Lives

Glimmerglass is known for many things: New and innovative productions. Performing little-known works. Picturesque campus. Unique theater. Top-notch safety program…?

Glimmerglass Opera is regarded as having one of the best safety-training programs in the industry. Continue reading

Sneak Peek of the 2010 YAAPs

Soprano Eleni Calenos and mezzo-soprano Annie Rosen will sing at The Otesaga Resort Hotel’s 2010 Open House on Thursday, April 15, at 6 p.m. The open house is free and open to the public. Continue reading

Get Off the Sidelines

In high school being on your favorite band’s street team was “the thing to do.” It created a “deeply intimate” connection between you and the band. You were hand-selected (okay, you mailed a postcard with your address and they mailed … Continue reading