San Francisco Opera:
One of the Leading Opera Companies in the World

Recently Released!!!
Date Published: November 29, 2017
Summary PPT Deck: 56 Slides
Reference PPT Deck: 178 Slides

The San Francisco Opera was founded by Gaetano Merola in 1923 and is based in San Francisco, CA. The company has 900 employees, $30.8 million revenues, $0.8 million net loss, and is led by its Chairman John Gunn, Vice Chairmen George Hume & Karl Mills, President Keith Geeslin, and General Director Matthew Shilvock. Its web site can be found at

The San Francisco Opera's comprehensive Power Point deck below includes a synopsis of its history, including its key phases:
  • Early Phase
  • San Francisco Ballet Spin-Off Phase
  • Recent Phase
Its profile includes the key statistics of the company, including its number of employees, revenues, & net profits.
Its profile includes detailed outlines of its core services, including:
  • Opera Season
  • Opening Night
  • Pre-Opera Talks
  • Cafe at the Opera
  • Box Level Intermission Dining
  • Cafe Express & Dress Circle Cafe
  • Merola Opera Program
  • Opera in the Park
  • Free Simulcast at AT&T Park
  • Merola’s Schwabacher Summer Concert
  • Radio Broadcasts
  • Grand Opera Cinema Series
  • KQED Television Broadcasts
  • PBS Fall Arts Festival
  • San Francisco Opera Center
  • Bravo Club
  • Opera Guild
And its profile concludes with the highlights of its organizational structure & ownership.

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