February 2020 Field Trips

Figaro’s American Adventure

LA Opera – Elementary Student Matinees

09 L.A. Opera Figaro-Figaro (LERoy Villanueva) prepares to marry Dr. Bartolo (Cedric Barry) and Marcellina (Heather Calvete) as members of the Los Angeles Opera perform Figaro’s American Adventure in the Bronco Student Center for grade school children January 29, 2009.


February 7, 2020 (to be confirmed)

(other possible dates: 2/5 or 2/6)

TIME:   10:30 am (to be confirmed)

COST:        $5.00 per adult; $2.00 per student

PLACE:      Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

135 N. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012

 PARKING:  Music Center Garage – $20.00


Registration Deadline: until full


Kids experience the magic of opera with an interactive performance written just for them on an exciting trip to the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.

Figaro’s American Adventure is a children’s opera weaving together Rossini’s Barber of Seville with the American Revolution.  It is performed on a mini stage with a 3 or 4 piece “orchestra” on the balcony outside the main theatre at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. In this intimate setting the children, sitting on pillows or chairs, can almost touch the singers. The theme of this opera is perseverance.

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Aqua Caliente Clippers

Career Panel Talk and Basketball Game


February 11, 2020

8:00 am – 1:15 pm  


COST:       $13.00 per person     


  • Toyota Arena
  • 4000 Ontario Center Pkwy
  • Ontaria, CA 91764

Please meet Elizabeth at the main entrance, SE corner of the building

 Registration Deadline: Friday, January 10, 2020

 Join us for a Career Panel discussion that will focus on careers on the business side of sports.  Plus we will be center court for the basketball game against the Memphis Hustle. 

Roberto Devereux

La Opera


February 19, 2020   

6:30 PM


  • $5.00 Students
  • $10.00 Adults       


  • Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
  • 135 N. Grand Ave.
  • Los Angeles, CA 90012


PARKING:   Music Center Garage – $9.00

 Registration Deadline:  until full 

 There will be a meeting before the opera so students can learn about the opera and its historical background, also, to understand the rules for attending the opera. Date/time TBA.

 In Tudor England, Queen Elizabeth I rules (literally). Ignoring advice from the court, she declines to charge her lover with treason, but he’s not making it easy for her. Behind her formidable public persona hides a fragile heart that aches to reconnect with a suitor whose loyalties are uncertain. If ever there was a diva role, this is it—careening from outbursts of rage to heartbroken laments—and glamorous Spanish soprano Davinia Rodríguez has the vocal and dramatic goods to deliver a knock-out performance.

 Plácido Domingo portrays a wronged husband caught up in Devereux’s web of deceit, with Ramón Vargas as the scoundrel at the center of all the trouble.

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