Careers & Auditions
Discover Pacific Opera Victoria
Pacific Opera Victoria has earned a reputation for fostering the careers of Canadian artists, presenting a unique blend of repertoire, building original productions, developing co-productions and working partnerships with other arts organizations.
Call for Artists
For All to Hear: Pacific Opera offers IBPoC artists an opportunity – a platform – to share your personal, lived experiences as an opera artist.
We offer you this space to speak directly, because we want – and we want our patrons, donors, and community – to understand the profound implications of the world-wide response to George Floyd’s death, and the ongoing systemic inequities that perpetuate racism in our art form and our communities.
If the world is to change, as we know it must, communication of truths – even the hardest truths – is what art and artists can do with unequaled directness. Explore our current activities on offer – all are opportunities for you to share your experience and your art.
For more information, and to start the conversation, visit For All to Hear.
Pacific Opera Victoria identifies Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion among its Core Values and encourages applications from candidates of diverse backgrounds.
General Inquiries – Marilyn Walker, Director of Finance
Artist Inquiries – Ereca Hassell, Director of Artistic Administration
Chorus Inquiries – Giuseppe Pietraroia, Chorus Master
Programs for Artists
Learn more at: Opera Etc. for Artists
Sector and Community Membership
Pacific Opera Victoria is a Professional Company Member of Opera.ca, Opera America, and the ProArt Alliance of Greater Victoria. Pacific Opera operates under the aegis of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association and the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local 168.