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Seagle Festival

The premier opera and musical theater in the Adirondack region.
999 Charley Hill Road Schroon Lake, NY 12870 |
two men in suits on stage sitting on a couchSeagle Festival is an outstanding opera and musical theater.
three men on stage singingThey are also run the oldest and most prestigious summer vocal training program in the country.
a bunch of people in what looks like a recording studioEach year 32 young singers are selected to participate in the program.
three people on stage in Victorian clothing having teaYoung actors travel from across the country to study at Seagle Festival.
three men acting on stageThis nonprofit works to hone the talents of these gifted young people.
a woman in a dress on stageTalented singers and actors gain key experience through productions.
three people on stage, two sitting at a tableArtists take part in six fully staged productions each season.
two men singing on stageSingers also take part in acting classes and private coaching sessions.
a woman in a headdress on stageThe actors and singers perform in both productions and concerts.
a man and woman acting on stageThese talented young people get the crucial experience they need.
two men singing on stageActing and singing come together for amazing performances.
a woman singing passionately on stageAlumni from Seagle Festival sing on Broadway and opera stages all over.
people acting on stageYou can see these talented performers yourself in one of their summer productions!
a man and woman acting on stageProductions include well known plays and musicals like The Light in the Piazza.


Seagle Festival is not only an outstanding opera and musical theater, but they also have the oldest summer vocal training program in the country! This nonprofit organization works to train gifted singers and present incredible performances.

A Rich History of Talented Performers

Seagle Festival was founded in 1915 by world-renowned baritone Oscar Seagle. From its beginning over 100 years ago to today, young singing actors travel from across the country to study with the dynamic faculty and staff at Seagle Festival. Singers gain crucial experience in opera and musical theater, and audiences from all over delight in incredible performances.

The Prestigious Summer Vocal Training Program

Each year, Seagle Festival selects 32 talented young singers from all over to participate in their reputable program. Artists go through a meticulous application and audition process with both live and recorded auditions. From there, the artists engage in six fully staged productions each season in addition to concerts, diction, acting classes, and private coaching sessions.

Alumni from Seagle Festival sing on Broadway and opera stages across the country and even the world, including the New York City Opera, San Francisco Opera, Santa Fe Opera, Metropolitan Opera, and many more.

Visit their website to see the production schedule and find out more!

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