Hotel near Santa Fe Opera
A trip to Santa Fe is not complete without taking in a performance at The Santa Fe Opera. This summer, in its 61st season, The Santa Fe Opera will put on five major opera productions. In fact, nearly every evening will feature a performance.
Unlike other opera houses, The Santa Fe Opera House has an open air concept, which means that in addition to seeing a wonderful operatic performance, you will also have a chance to take in the breathtaking scenery of Santa Fe as a backdrop to the show. No opera enthusiast should miss seeing an opera at this unique and awe-inspiring venue.
August Performances at The Santa Fe Opera
The five productions being featured this year are all new to the Santa Fe stage:
- The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs, 2017
This is a brand new commission by the company. Librettist Mark Campbell and composer Mason Bates created this bold new work, which depicts the life of the innovative creator, Steve Jobs.
- Alcina, 1735
This work by George Frideric Handel is set in Rome and features a backdrop of the Charlemagne’s wars combatting Islam. The opera is based on an epic poem depicting these wars by Ludovico Ariosto.
- The Golden Cockerel, 1907
An exotic ballet, The Golden Cockerel is based on a Russian folktale by Alexander Pushkin. It features bold and vibrant scenery and a seductive queen. This is the first production of the ballet at The Santa Fe Opera.
- Die Fledermaus, 1874
Follow the complex, champagne-laden plots and deceits of the fantastic characters of Die Fledermaus, one of the most famous works by Johann Strauss.
- Lucia di Lammermoor, 1835
This work — a Scottish interpretation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet — offers an inspired and gripping performance for any audience.
Click here for more information on performance dates and how to get your tickets.
Where to Stay in Town
Located just a fifteen-minute drive from The Santa Fe Opera is the luxurious La Posada Santa Fe Resort & Spa. “La Posada” is arguably the best place to stay in town — especially for lovers of opera and art.
“La posada” is Spanish for “Inn,” but this is more than just an inn. Opera-goers and art enthusiasts will adore this luxury hotel’s focus on Santa Fe’s rich painting and sculpture scenes. Works from area artists line the walls in the lobby and restaurant, and even in the suites themselves.
You’ll also find an art gallery on-site in addition to a full-service spa and salon, modern fitness center, and much more. Make The Art Hotel of New Mexico your home away from home on your visit to Santa Fe. We look forward to welcoming you!