Baltimore Concert Opera is devoted to building new audiences and ensuring a future for the world of opera while providing performance and networking opportunities to professional singers from around the world. We endeavor to engage like-minded individuals who believe that opera is a vocally driven art form so that we can work together to be ambassadors for this wonderful music. Why? Because we do not want to live in a world where opera exists in only New York, Chicago and L.A. We believe that opera should be available as an art form everywhere and that if we do not take an active role in building audiences, this art form could disappear in front of us.

We are a vocabulary builder, a gateway drug, a community, and a dynamic option for a lovely night of live music.

We hope that you join us at the breathtaking Garrett Jacobs Mansion, our “home stage.” Our concerts feature the highest quality local and imported vocal talent, and are not to be missed. We hope very much to gain YOU as an audience member, and as an active participant in the growth of this company.

What to expect at BCO



The Engineers Club is wheelchair accessible, and Baltimore Concert Opera offers seating in compliance with ADA guidelines. Please call the Baltimore Concert Opera (443.445.0226) at least two days in advance of your visit, so that we may help you to arrange for wheelchair access at the club.



Bring a group, and save! Groups of 10 or more receive discounted tickets, priority seating, and waived ticketing fees. We also offer one complimentary ticket for every 15 tickets purchased. For group sales inquiries, contact Suzanne@baltimoreconcertopera.com.


Children at the Opera

BCO welcomes children over the age of 6 who are able to sit quietly through a performance. All children must be accompanied by an adult, and must have their own tickets. Children and adults who disrupt the performance will be asked to leave at the discretion of the House Manager.