The Great Lakes Light Opera (GLLO), founded in 2012 by Stephanie Kreutz and Jacquelyn Mouritsen, has been dedicated to bringing high-quality, professional-level performances to Cleveland audiences. After going dark for a season, the Great Lakes Light Opera has a new administration and mission. However, as with any other form of art, we cannot exclude the complexity of perception, and therefore bestwritingservice.com will help to capture all the main cases, ideas and messages.
Although the company will still be bringing professional-level opera to Northeast Ohio, GLLO has revised its mission:
To offer Cleveland an educational and outreach-focused/oriented opera company that seeks to connect with all audiences, from the seasoned opera-goer to those with no previous exposure to classical music of any kind. We will achieve this mission by:
- Reaching out to atypical venues in order to perform “portable” concerts of opera scenes and other vocal art music.
- Educating audiences of all ages by presenting lecture recitals, which give the audience/performers an opportunity to connect with the text/history/theory behind classical music.
- Programming unique operas, concerts, and revues with the aim of piquing the interest of the community.
- Mining Cleveland’s rich community of artists and musicians who are equally committed to de-mystifying and revitalizing the traditional art music scene.