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Advertise in the 2023 Program Book.

When businesses and companies show their support for Union Avenue Opera they gain the loyal patronage of our audience (450+ nightly) and show the community they are dedicated supporters of the arts in St. Louis.

Our Twenty-Ninth Season opens with the return of world-renowned soprano Christine Brewer as Mrs. Gross in Britten’s psychological thriller, The Turn of the Screw (July 7, 8, 14, 15). Audiences will be delighted by Donizetti’s charming comedic love story Don Pasquale (July 28, 29, August 4, 5) and the season culminates with the UAO premiere of Flaherty and Ahrens’ Ragtime, a story of social injustice in the gilded age with parallels to modern American society (August 18, 19, 25, 26).

An ad in Union Avenue Opera’s program book will expose you to approximately 5000 audience members throughout the season. For twenty-four years, Union Avenue Opera has brought vibrant, professional opera in original languages to music and theater lovers throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area. Join us for the excitement of season twenty-nine.

Don’t miss your chance to be seen at Union Avenue Opera this summer. Ad reservations are due by May 22, 2023. To reserve your space, download the 2023 Program Book Purchase Agreement today to secure your placement. (Artwork due June 6)

Email emily[at]unionavenueopera.org with any questions or to place your reservation today.

Make an impact – become an Artistic Sponsor.

Union Avenue Opera offers a variety of Artistic Sponsorship opportunities ranging from Production Sponsor to Costume Sponsor, Supertitle Sponsor to Principal Artist Sponsor, and so much more.

Sponsorship packages can be customized to meet your philanthropic and business goals.

Download the 2023 Artistic Sponsorship Opportunities today and contact Administrative Director, Emily DePauw Stolarski to secure your sponsorship for the 2023 Festival Season.

2022 Program Book

View the 2022 Festival Season Program online and see how your company can stand out among the crowd.