Austin Opera’s Live from Indy Terrace broadcast returns Friday, September 11 from 3:00-3:30 p.m. Central Time with the first of six episodes celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month! Make plans to join us and let’s watch together: live streams will be launched from our Facebook channel, on our YouTube page, and on our Vimeo channel.

The “BUY TICKETS” link below will take you to our Vimeo page where you can watch live. Note: this is a totally free event!

If you are not available for the live broadcast, no worries! After its initial airing, each complete recital can be accessed on-demand on our Inside Indy Terrace webpage.

Details on this week’s program:
Episode 18, National Hispanic Heritage Week One: Austin Opera welcomes back Mexican mezzo-soprano Claudia Chapa! From the intimacy of her home in Austin, Claudia serenades in Spanish alongside her husband, talented classical guitarist Arnold Yzaguirre. Then, Claudia steps inside our studio at Indy Terrace and closes with two selections accompanied by pianist Maimy Fong

More on our Special Guest Artist:
Celebrated for her “arresting stage presence” coupled with “exquisite sensitivity,” Mexican Claudia Chapa is a versatile performer in high demand across the nation. This season, Ms. Chapa made her Houston Grand Opera debut originating the role of Josefina in the world premiere of El Milagro del Recuerdo, a role she will reprise in her debut with Arizona Opera in 2020-2021 (now postponed due to COVID-19). Other highlights this season include recording Handel’s Messiah with the Royal Philharmonic at the famed Abbey Roads Studios, a return to Alabama Symphony as a featured soloist in El amor brujo (de Falla) and Neruda Songs (Lieberson), and house and role debuts as Fenena (Nabucco) with West Bay Opera.

Enjoy learning more about Claudia on her website,

Friday, September 11th @ 3:00 PM

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