Passionate about performing arts?


Fuel your calling with real-world, roll up your sleeves mentorship—become a Salt Marsh Opera intern!

When you join our team, you work with professionals keen to share their knowledge, guide your efforts and help you excel in your chosen field. Available to high school and college students, our internships typically last four weeks during the spring, summer or fall, and can be tailored to your interests. And though internships are unpaid, the connections, insights and experiences you gain are invaluable.

Performance

  • Love to sing? Join our chorus, support principal singers and help create the splendid music of grand opera.

Production

  • Love behind the scenes action? Hone your talents and help build sets, manage the stage and much more.

Sound good?  Call  860.535.3456  or email us right away for details.

Can’t wait?  Send your internship application today!  


“As a classical guitarist, I had the rare opportunity of becoming an intern for an opera company. In Salt Marsh Opera’s production of The Barber of Seville, the main character, Figaro, played the guitar and accompanied himself in song. This is one of the few opera scores that calls for classical guitar. I had the pleasure of sitting in the orchestra and playing the guitar while the vocalist pretended to fingerpick his prop guitar. When attending rehearsals, I always stayed later than required so I could hear and be surrounded by the beautiful music and view the amazing stagecraft. I had never experienced an opera production before and I loved it. After the internship, I went on to study classical guitar at The Hartt School in West Hartford, Connecticut. The intern scholarship that was awarded to me was used for master classes at The Hartt School Guitar Festival where I performed and was given instruction by some of the best classical guitarists in the world. My experience with Salt Marsh Opera is something I will never forget; it exposed me to the wonderful world of opera and aided me in funding for furthering my musical education.”

- Amanda Sullivan, former Salt Marsh Opera Intern