UPDATE, JULY 14, 2020
Announcement Regarding BOF's Fifth Anniversary Season
Berkshire Opera Festival (BOF) announced today that it is canceling its performances of Mozart’s Don Giovanni, originally scheduled at the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield, MA on August 22, 25, and 28, 2020, in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. See a personal message from Co-Founders Jonathon Loy and Brian Garman about this necessary step.
This is not the first adjustment that BOF has made to its Fifth Anniversary Season. To read the full story, visit our 2020 Season Page, or go to our Don Giovanni page to learn more about what we had planned for this wonderful production. Don Giovanni ticket holders can update their contact information here.
Poster design by Orlando Arocena.
BOF Artist Relief & Recovery Campaign
Through the BOF Artist Relief & Recovery Campaign, BOF is seeking support for the artists and staff who were going to be working with us on Don Giovanni this summer, while also ensuring that we are back in Summer 2021 with a full season of operatic performances at the very highest level of artistic quality.
Artistic Director Brian Garman has been busy this summer interviewing the artists that make up our company. Get to know these talented individuals and learn how they prepare for their roles. Artist Interviews
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We Don't Mean To Boast, But...
“A spirited, musically excellent Don Pasquale opened Berkshire Opera Festival's fourth season [...] The strong, vivid effort drew a justified ovation from the crowd, confirming Berkshire Opera's "destination" status."
- David Shengold, Opera News
Did you know that Berkshire Opera Festival's 2019 production of Donizetti's Don Pasquale was the recipient of the Berkshire Theatre Critics Association Award for Outstanding Production Running Fewer than 6 Performances?