Our Mission is to provide young artists opportunities to spread the joy of professional opera to communities that do not have easy access to the arts.


          Hub Opera
          Ensemble Limited

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Education

Comprised of several performers who double as educators, The Hub Opera Ensemble strongly believes in spreading the joy of opera to children and adults alike.  Whether in a master class setting or bringing fellow musicians onstage to perform alongside us, The Hub Opera Ensemble belongs to the community.  If you are interested in bringing the ensemble in for any educational purpose, or if you are an educator who would like to be able to provide additional opportunities for your students through The Hub Opera Ensemble, we are eager to hear from you.  Please contact us at admin@huboperaensemble.org.
 
Lectures
  • Ensemble members also partnered with Hagerstown Community College faculty to deliver a lecture before select performances of the opera.
  •  HCC offers continuing education lectures including cast members from the Hub Opera Ensemble. Consult the Continuing Education Guide for more information
Master Classes
  •  In Fall 2010, Hub Opera Ensemble members Francesca Aguado, Joshua Brown, and Caitlin Budny gave a master class to Hagerstown Community College music students on performance and vocal technique. 
  • In Summer 2012 internationally renowned soprano Barbara DeMaio Caprilli offered master class for members of the opera chorus, including several students from the Barbara Ingram School For the Arts.
  • In Summer 2012 baritone Mark Wanich offered a master class for several students from the Barbara Ingram School For the Arts.
Student Performances
  • On September 21, 2012,  we presented a matinée of The Magic Flute for Washington County elementary school students to introduce them to the magical world of opera! The kids all loved it, and WHAG came out and covered the event.