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Kristina Murti, Director of Marketing & Communications, has been the mastermind behind Seattle Opera’s marketing successes over the past 16 years. She launched the redesign of the company’s website and brand in 2015, and she created programs which boosted first-year subscriber retention rates by more than 10 percent. Under her leadership, the company’s BRAVO! club for young professionals has become one of the largest groups of its kind in the nation with more than 600 members. Murti is a leader on a number of arts marketing initiatives. She serves as co-chair of the Market the Arts Taskforce, as a member of the Community Resource Collective Steering Committee, and previously, as co-chair of the Tessitura National Conference Planning committee. She has also presented at the Digital Marketing Bootcamp, FutureTix conference, as well as national and regional Tessitura conferences. The accomplished pianist and arts marketer holds a Bachelor of Music from Lawrence University.

Q Specialties

Whether it's a fun evening out with friends or a date night with your special someone, we deliver thrilling, impactful performances that speak to the human experience and ignite the imagination. With music, the unamplified human voice, theater, costume, and scenic design, Seattle Opera offers a transformative experience in McCaw Hall.

2016/17 Season Tickets are now available!
Count Ory (Aug 8-22, 2016)
Hansel & Gretel (Oct 15 - 30, 2016)
La traviata (Jan 14-28, 2017)
Katya Kabanova - premiere (Feb 25 - Mar 11, 2017)
The Magic Flute (May 6 - 20, 2017)

Q History

Established in 1963.

Seattle Opera is a leading opera company, recognized both in the United States and around the world. The company is committed to advancing the cultural life in the Pacific Northwest with performances of the highest caliber, and through innovative education and community programs that take opera far beyond the McCaw Hall stage. Each year, more than 95,000 people attend Seattle Opera performances and the company's programs serve more than 400,000 people of all ages (including school performances, radio broadcasts and community engagement initiatives).

1 Review for Seattle Opera

ricordo

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Not Best but good place.

4/ 5

I recently saw the last show of Amelia, an opera which made its world debut with these past few showings.
The singing is spectacular, the scenery diverse and interesting with each new act, and everything comes together quite nicely to give you a good overall production. While I’m not screaming and jumping up and down for joy for the Seattle Opera

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