LA PRIMA OPERA is Melbourne's premiere boutique concert opera company.  Our shows are targeted at non-traditional opera audiences.  Whether you see us in a theatre, concert hall, tent, laneway or function room, our aim is to give you a unique experience..  Nothing stirs the senses more than operatic voices up close and personal and we always have fun.  We hope to see you soon – take a look at our UPCOMING SHOWS, drop us an EMAIL or CALL  (61) 0410 953039 

LA PRIMA OPERA offers Corporate Entertainment and fully directed Concert Opera Shows in Melbourne, across Australia and Internationally.  Our goal and passion is to take opera of the highest quality to the broadest audience imaginable.


LA PRIMA specialises in opera for any occasion and space. Whether you want one singer for an intimate birthday party or a full cast for a major corporate event, we are experts at tailoring a high impact, fast paced opera show for your guests. Opera hits that everyone knows from movies, ads., cartoons and sporting events like Nessun Dorma, Torreador Song and the Flower Duet ( ad. theme for British Airways)  will impress and inspire and we always ensure a few laughs along the way.  Read more...

OPERA SHOWS                                                                               

LA PRIMA OPERA tour to theatres throughout Australia with their fully directed opera shows including the La Prima Opera Show, Ovation, Sirens and Love and Other Battles. We have done three national tours from Cairns to Portland and beyond and around 80% of our audience are new to opera. In Melbourne, LA PRIMA OPERA created the popular 'Opera in the Laneway' series, taking opera into non-traditional spaces around the city...



'LANZA SINGS AGAIN' GALA CHARITY PERFORMANCE  Saturday, February 4 at 2pm at the Brighton Town Hall                                                           All proceeds from this event go to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre ASRC

Starring popular tenor Roy Best, soprano Alison Rae Jones, compere Christopher McKenna and pianist Len Vorster


News Article Latrobe Valley Express                                                                       "Change of tune for Morwell Duo"