Our Mission is to provide opportunities for area talent to study and perform a wide range of opera repertoire; to introduce opera to young people and the general public through performances, workshops and educational programs and to foster collaborations between creative and interpretive artists and technicians.
The Delaware Valley Opera is a member of the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, the Arts Council for Sullivan County, NY. Our address is P.O. Box 505, Callicoon, New York 12723 and phone (845) 887-3083.
The DVO has been in residence each summer at the Tusten Theatre since 1991. A town-owned, former movie house, the Tusten Theatre is located at 210 Bridge Street in Narrowsburg, and is managed by the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance.
We have some exciting news to share! We’ve recently partnered with a program called the RoundUp App that allows you to “round up” the change from your debit or credit card purchases and donate it to us monthly. Take a look at this 90 second video that explains how it works:
This is a way for you to support our mission just by donating your change. It’s small change for you but truly a game changer for us, so we would be honored if you would commit to give in this way. You can download the app for iPhone, Android or create an account on the Web.
Please let us know if we can answer any questions or provide more information. Our mission would not be possible without you, so thank you again for your loyalty and support!
Become a member of the Delaware Valley Opera, and support our mission to provide opportunities for area talent to study and perform a wide range of operatic repertoire; to introduce opera to young people and the general public through performances, workshops, and educational programs; and to foster collaborations between creative and interpretive artists and technicians. There are a variety of ways in which you can get involved with the DVO's productions.
Auditions for 2019 Season
We want you to sing with us!!! Auditions are being held in Sullivan County for the Delaware Valley Opera 2019 Season - “H.M.S. Pinafore” by Gilbert & Sullivan. Singers are needed for lead and secondary roles as well as chorus.
In Sullivan County:
When: Saturdays, April 27th
Time: Between 12 noon and 2 pm
Where: Krause Recital Hall, DVAA Building, Main Street in Narrowsburg, NY
Fee: $10 audition fee
For more iformation and to get a time, contact Carol Castel at:
The Delaware Valley Opera is a Professional Company Member of Opera America.
Soloists:Auditions are held every season, please contact us if you are interested.
Chorus Auditions: Auditions for the Delaware Valley Opera Chorus are held throughout the season.
Surrounded by rolling hills, forests, and many lakes, Sullivan County is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, with a range of activities including canoeing and kayaking, swimming, hiking (the newly opened Tusten Mountain Trail overlooks the Delaware River), cycling, birdwatching (the area is renowned for its bald eagles), fishing, and hunting. The beautiful, rural setting attracts many second home owners and vacationers from all over the country.
ArtScene for July 9 2013 from WVIA radio
Original air date July 9,2013 | Time 17:12 | MP3
WVIA's Peter Wynne speaks with Carol Castel, artistic director of the Delaware Valley Opera in Narrowsburg, N.Y. about the Summer 2013 season, titled, "Mischievous, Magnificent Mozart!"
The hamlet of Narrowsburg, New York, is situated on the banks of the Delaware River, in the area between the Catskill and Pocono mountain ranges. Centered in the Upper Delaware River corridor, it is an area surrounded by rolling hills, forests and many lakes. Narrowsburg overlooks the Big Eddy, a popular fishing spot and the deepest point in the Delaware River. It also overlooks the Narrowsburg Bridge, which crosses the river at its most narrow point (hence the name, Narrowsburg).
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