Support MassOpera

There are various ways you can become involved with MassOpera. You can of course make donation to help support our performances, educational outreach, community engagement, and artist development programming. You can Sponsor one of our various performances or events. You can also volunteer with the organization based on your availability and skill-sets.

Read below for more information!

MassOpera cultivates experiences for artists and audiences that challenge the status quo and reflect our diverse community.

We launched the MassOpera Fund in December 2019 to help this great company sustain and grow for years to come.   The MassOpera Fund provides unrestricted funding to pay our artists and administrative staff, to invest in technology and organizational infrastructure, and to underwrite groundbreaking new work, such as the current development of Caravana de mujeres, a new opera in development that we presented selections from at Opera America’s New Works Forum in NYC in January 2023.

Your tax deductible donation will help to ensure that artists are compensated for their time and talent, that MassOpera creates new stories and new experiences, and that MassOpera advocates for and presents more diverse representation on stage and off.  We look forward to presenting a reimagined The Magic Flute at The Modern Theatre at Suffolk University in May 2023!


Champion: $5,000 +
Advocate: $2,500-$4,999
Benefactor: $1,000-$2,499
Patron: $500-$999
Supporter: $250-$499
Enthusiast: $100-$249
Friend: Up to $99

Donate by Mail
You can make all checks out to MassOpera and mail to:
16 1/2 Hancock Street, Unit 2
Salem, MA 01970
Donate Online
MassOpera is a tax exempt charity under IRS code section 501(c)3, Tax ID #37-1649578


CHAMPION – $5,000 +

Jeff Candiello

ADVOCATE – $2,500 – $4,999

Gary Casagrande

BENEFACTOR – $1,000 – $2,499

Mary Flynn
Christie Gibson
Dr. Edward Nardell
Reuben Reynolds
John VonOpdorp

PATRON – $500 – $999

Sharon Jusczak
Jennifer Matson
Ulysses Thomas
Jerry Wheeler

SUPPORTER – $250 – $499

Paul Flynn
Andrew Lantz
Christopher LaRoche
Maria Laverghetta
Andrew Maggiore
Stephen Perkins-Argueta
Matthew Reed

ENTHUSIAST – $100 – $249

Christine Bishop
Michael Bobbitt
Judith Bose
David Boundy
Michael Emmanuel
Betsy Gibson
David Grubber
Yoonhui Kim
Ian Kemp
Bill Kutner
Phil Lima
Wayne Malloy
Kathleen Murray
Joanna Rapp-Holden

FRIEND – Up to $99

Michael Feloni
Virginia Fitzgerald
Sage Fogle
Robert Goulston
Hubert Ho
Maureen Hollis
Marianne Lepp
George Lucozzi
Shirley Lynch
Honor McLellan
Keith Meinkrantz
William Meinkrantz
Roxanna Myhrum
William Neely
Suzan Riley
Carlos Rivera
Jonah Saks
Kathryn Tolley

MassOpera cultivates experiences for artists and audiences that challenge the status quo and reflect our diverse community.


Are you seeking to support a grass-roots performing arts non-profit organization, while also gaining exposure for your company or employer? MassOpera has a variety of sponsorship opportunities in the areas of performance, education and fundraising events. Look below to see how your sponsorship can make a difference for artists and audiences alike!  Click the purple text below to read about each sponsorship opportunity.

– Season Sponsor: $25,000

– Production Sponsor: $15,000 (1 available)

– Individual Performance Sponsors: $2,000 (9 available)

– Mirror Cabaret Sponsor: $5,000 (1 available, coming again in Summer 2024)

– Artist Development Sponsor: $3,000 (1 available)

– Vocal Competition Sponsor: $5,000 (1 available)

– Education and Engagement Sponsor: $3,000 (1 available)

– The MassOpera Party Sponsor: $5,000 (1 available)

– Trivia Cabaret Sponsor: $1,000 (1 available, coming again summer 2023)

For more inquiries and more information contact MassOpera Director Executive Director William Neely at [email protected].

Join Our Team!

MassOpera cultivates experiences for artists and audiences that challenge the status quo and reflect our diverse community.


There are three major ways you can get involved with MassOpera:
  • BOARD: Are you interested in becoming a leader and visionary for a small non-profit arts organization, one that stands on the pillar of opera and looks to expand the definition of what an opera company is and can produce? Then consider joining our Board of Directors and help steward the newly envisioned MassOpera into the future!
  • STAFF: Are you interested in honing your skills as a non-profit administrator? Do you wish to sink your teeth into the areas of Development, Marketing, Events, Operations? Consider joining our staff and work with MassOpera to develop your skills to bring you to the next level of your career.
  • VOLUNTEER: Do you want to give back a forward thinking arts organization, but don’t have the commitment of time to serve as a staff or board member? Consider volunteering at one of our performances and/or events.
For more information contact MassOpera Director of Operations and Administration Brynne Pulver at [email protected].


16 1/2 HANCOCK ST., APT. 2
SALEM, MA 01970

978 210 2709
[email protected]

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