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Mission Statement

OUR MISSION: Golden Gate Opera's mission is to enrich the community's experience by providing access to a myriad of fine arts found in live, professional opera. GGO inspires people of all ages, cultural and economic backgrounds to appreciate arts, life, and learning through high quality performances and educational programs. GGO's Bullying Prevention Opera Program for Schools is approved by the Office of Education of County of Marin. We will be bringing this program into 5 schools in spring 2018 by June 30th.


Golden Gate Opera started out started out small; performing in the 300-seat California Palace of the Legion of Honor’s Florence Gould Theatre in San Francisco from 1997-2004. Then, in 2005, GGO launched the first resident opera production Marin County had seen in 20 years - debuting in the 2,000-seat Marin Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium - with a full orchestra in the pit. The curtain went up, and the audience gasped in amazement. Since that time, Golden Gate Opera has thrilled audiences with its theater performances of: Madama Butterfly, Carmen, Gianni Schicchi, Suor Angelica, Cavalleria Rusticana, I Pagliacci, Hansel & Gretel. Annual Aria Parties in private homes bring fans and friends up-close to the opera singers. Golden Gate Opera is dedicated to sharing the joys of opera with children in Marin County & Bay Area schools, reaching over 100,000 children over the years with its unique OPERA-tunities Programs.



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