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Mozart's 'The Abduction from the Seraglio' Opens Capitol City's New Season, Mar. 27-29   

Capitol City Opera's opening main stage production for 2015 will be Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's The Abduction from the Seraglio, to be performed Mar. 27-29 at the Conant Performing Arts Center on the campus of Oglethorpe University. 

Friday and Saturday evening performances begin at 8 p.m. The Sunday matinee starts a 3 p.m. General admission tickets are $40 each. Seniors, students and military with ID are $30 each. Tickets are available at the box office for walk up purchases.

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Ticket holders or guests with reservations for the Saturday evening, Mar. 28, performance who could not get to the theatre due to local area traffic problems are welcome to attend the 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon, Mar. 29 performance.  

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Abduction, which will be presented in English by Capitol City, premiered in Vienna on July 16, 1782. Considered to be the first of Mozart's great masterpieces, it's a light-hearted, fast-paced comic opera that tells the tale of the hero Belmont and his servant Pedrillo and their attempt to rescue the beautiful Constanza and Blonde from the Seraglio (or Harem) of Pasha Selim.

When Austrian Emperor Joseph II commissioned Mozart to compose Abduction, Mozart was a penniless young artist who was in love, but his future mother-in-law was hesitant to grant him the hand of her daughter. Many critics have speculated that he worked the story of his own private difficulties into the opera as there are numerous parallels between his personal situation and the opera's story line.

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Support Capitol City Opera

Planning your 2015 giving? Please consider Capitol City Opera! As a 501(c)3 organization, your donation is fully tax deductible and can support our ongoing efforts to bring opera programs to enthusiasts, potential artists and patrons of all ages! Your donation will be acknowledged with a receipt letter for tax purposes. You can donate online via our Pay Pal account, by telephone or by sending us a check at the address below. We appreciate your support!
Mailing Address:
Capitol City Opera Company, Inc.
1266 West Paces Ferry Road  NW #451
Atlanta, GA 30327-2306

Bringing Opera to Audiences of All Ages  

Whether it's through our monthly Dinner and a Diva series, our educational programs, or one of our stage productions, we make opera accessible to all sorts of audiences. Join us for an event soon. You'll be glad you did!
Capitol City Opera thanks its public and corporate supporters.


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Special thanks to our partner Oglethorpe University.
Please also visit our Season Sponsors page to see a list of generous individuals and families that support Capitol City Opera.
Dinner and a Diva

Capitol City Opera's 'Three Tenors' will enthrall you with their outstanding voices while you dine on a wonderful meal prepared by one of our three supporting restaurants. 

Tuesday, April 21

Petite Auberge in Toco Hills

Thursday, April 23

Zola Italian Bistro in Milton

Thursday, April 30

Sugo in Johns Creek

Dinner and a Diva is a great way to learn about opera, interspersed with wonderful courses of food and wine.

Click here for reservation details and the full 2015 schedule. 

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Capitol City Opera 

Has 25+ Year Record 

of Introducing Opera 

to Young People 

For more than 25 years, 

CCOC has been introducing opera to school students throughout the Southeast. 


This year's family-friendly productions include: 

A Seussome Twosome and

Hansel and Gretel.

Each show addresses different life and social skills, 

presenting complex ideas 

such as self-esteem, teamwork, honesty - even scientific theory - in a fresh, new way. 


Contact Education Coordinator Courtney Loner at cloner@ccityopera.org 

for more information or to book one of these programs.  

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