September 28, 2021

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Kentucky Opera gets new home in downtown Opera Center

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Kentucky Opera has a new home.

The Opera Center — a 16,000-square-foot space at 708 Magazine St. in downtown Louisville — will serve as a community hub for the organization where it will rehearse, audition, build costumes, provide educational programming, gather for special events, and conduct its business operations.

“Today marks the beginning of a new era for Kentucky Opera,” said Barbara Lynne Jamison, general director and CEO of Kentucky Opera. “The Opera Center is a modern, vibrant space that will allow Kentucky Opera to expand its mission with broader community programs, deeper partnerships, and dynamic, artful experiences for our entire community.”

Final touches are still being put on the space and Jamison hopes the project will be completed by the fall. She looks forward to welcoming the community into the new Opera Center space “once it’s safe.”

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