Opera Memphis is proud to continue its nationally recognized "Sing2Me" program of mobile performances! Opera Memphis can come to your neighborhood, place of work, or school to perform a themed concert for you and your neighbors, co-workers, or students. From our hour-long concerts to short pop-ups to "zoom-bombing" a video call, you can choose the "Sing2Me" option that works best for you. Even better, when you purchase a Sing2Me performance you can donate a performance for an organization, neighborhood, or school at a reduced rate! Email us for options on how to give the gift of live music. 

How does it work?

Please read through the information below to determine what Sing2Me performance is right for you! If you have any questions, you can email us at and a dedicated member of our team will be happy to assist you. When you're ready to book, please fill out our Sing2Me request for at the bottom of this page or by clicking this link: Sing2Me Form.

What types of themed performances do you offer?

Opera's Greatest Hits: a selection of all-time greats by some of the best composers to ever write for the operatic stage!

Opera Goes to Broadway: a lineup of gems from every era of American Musical Theater!

How much does a performance cost?

The most commonly requested performance is an hour-long Sing2Me Concert with three singers and a pianist, which is priced at $600. That allows us to cover our costs and ensure all the artists get paid. Longer programs can be accommodated for an additional fee; just let us know what you would like, and we can discuss what is possible. On the day of the show, we will pull up with "La Scala Piccola", our mobile opera stage, and sing our hearts out!

If you would prefer a more compact type of event, you might be interested in Sing2Me "Lite". We'll send two of our talented singers to perform a 30-minute concert with recorded tracks for $275. 

Looking to keep it short and sweet while still enjoying the perks of a live music experience? Maybe Sing2Me "Solo" is right for you! We'll send one of our all-star singers to perform a 15-minute concert along with recorded tracks for $175.

Interested in a private digital concert from the comfort of your home? We can arrange for one singer to perform for you via video call and present 2-3 songs for $60. You can also request a pre-recorded video performance that you can keep and enjoy again and again for $75.

Maybe you're looking for a special gift or surprise for someone on their birthday or a way to liven up a long Zoom meeting? We can have a singer call the person or group of your choice for a one song performance starting at just $25!

Want to capture your show for posterity, or share it with friends and family who can't attend? We offer low-cost solutions for that as well!

Want to help spread opera even further? When you purchase a Sing2Me concert, you have the opportunity to make an additional donation which will sponsor a concert in your honor for first-responders or for a community or organization that could not otherwise afford a performance! We offer these donated concerts at a reduced rate of 50% off when purchasing another Sing2Me performance at full price, or 25% off if you are purchasing it alone. Your donation is tax deductible.

Please fill out and submit this form and a dedicated member of our team will be in touch to finalize your Sing2Me performance: Sing2Me Form.

Can you do this type of performance safely?

Yes! We have worked with multiple agencies to create a method to allow everyone to stay safe while reveling in the glory of the human voice. For example, no artist needs to come within 6 feet of any other artist, and no piece of equipment is touched by more than one person over the course of the show. We even have disposable covers for our microphones, and every piece of equipment is thoroughly cleaned between shows. Some of our singers live together in the same "quarantine bubble", so we can even do duets!

Please note that we will only perform in areas that allow for safe social distancing between artists and audience, and between audience members themselves. If that is not possible, we cannot ask our artists to proceed.