A Worldwide, Virtual Adventure in Story and Song
This summer, students around the world can learn all about opera with the Metropolitan Opera’s Global Summer Camp. Each week, campers will discover a new opera through hands-on activities and other fun learning prompts, watch the opera, and share their work with a global community of young opera fans.
This eight-week program is available to all students, completely free of charge.
The Met’s Global Summer Camp will be hosted online. Platforms include Google Classroom and Zoom.
Members of the Met’s nationwide HD Live in Schools program will provide primary instruction, and teaching artists from the performing and literary arts will guide students in age-appropriate explorations. Campers will have the opportunity to learn from writers, artists, musicians—and even puppeteers, clowns, and bakers.
Hansel and Gretel (June 15-19) – Two hungry kids meet a wicked witch.
Don Pasquale (June 22-26) – A clever young woman outsmarts an old buffoon.
Rusalka (June 29-July 3) – The Little Mermaid gets an operatic makeover.
Roméo et Juliette (July 6-10) – The most famous star-crossed lovers of all time …
The Magic Flute (July 13-17) – A prince and a birdcatcher go on a magical adventure.
The Merry Widow (July 20-24) – To marry or not to marry? That is the question …
La Fille du Régiment (July 27-31) – Youthful rebellion meets young love.
Così fan tutte (August 3-7) – True love is tested by disguises and deceit.
Who is it for?
Grades 3–12 (ages 8–18)
The Global Summer Camp is FREE for all students.
How to get tickets?
WHEN & WHERE
Date and Time: Monday through Friday, June 15–August 7, 2020
Venue & Address:
Met Opera Global Summer Camp will require campers to utilize Zoom video-conferencing software and Google Classroom and/or other similar software programs. A webcam is highly recommended. While it isn’t a requirement for Global Summer Camp, having a webcam will make the camper’s overall experience more interactive and fun.