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"Rep. Urban helps land arts grant for Salt Marsh Opera"
By Brooke Constance White, The Westerly Sun

The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development’s Office of the Arts recently announced that Salt Marsh Opera is the recipient of a $7,787 Supporting Arts in Place grant.   read more

"La Cenerentola a life-changer for young fans"
By Nancy Burns-Fusaro, The Westerly Sun

"Salt Marsh Opera’s performance of Gioachino Rossini’s 'La Cenerentola,' ('Cinderella') last Friday evening at the United Theatre, was far more than an exquisite evening of beautiful music from a top-notch cast. For twin sisters Gabrielle and Isabella Macaruso of Hopkinton, and their pal Lily Algieri, it was a life-changing event." read more


“Salt Marsh Opera pleases with performance of Verdi's 'Rigoletto'“
By Milton Moore. theday.com

“Salt Marsh Opera doubled up on winning hands of recent seasons by bringing back baritone Ron Loyd and tenor Brian Cheney to dominate the stage Friday in a high-voltage performance of Verdi's ‘Rigoletto.’” read more


“Salt Marsh Opera presents La Sonnambula”
By Robert C. Pollack, Special to the Times

“When British-born Salt Marsh Opera Artistic Director Simon Holt helped launch the company 11 years ago, he had no idea it would blossom into a vehicle that would produce packed houses and critical acclaim.” read more


"Salt Marsh Opera Delivers a Kid-Friendly Introduction to Opera"   
By Denise Coffey, Hartford Courant

"It didn't take long for performers from the Salt Marsh Opera to get an audience of 900 fifth and sixth grade students involved in their production. They simply walked up the aisles of Woodstock Academy's Center for the Arts and sang to them." read more