Video and Audio

From the OOO Archives, here are a few tidbits — for more photos, audio, and video, check out our Facebook feed, our Soundcloud, and our YouTube pages!

LIVE Audio from April 9, 2017

Listen to all four winning micro-operas from 2017’s Fresh Squeezed Ounce of Opera! NOT AVAILABLE ON iTUNES or GOOGLE PLAY.

Performed live at Salvage Vanguard Theater in Austin, Texas during The BRNNR SHOW on June 19, 2016. Original composition by Brenner of Minerva’s Wreck (, commissioned of and arranged by One Ounce Opera. Inspired by Philip K Dick’s novel “Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said.”

Julie Fiore – soprano, Angela Irving – alto, Jake Jacobsen – tenor, Patrick Wright – bass


Live from the Inaugural Fresh Squeezed Ounce of Opera in April 2016, watch our first crop of winning micro-operas here!

This is the live audio lifted from the Inaugural Fresh Squeezed Ounce of Opera, April 2016.


Promo video with clips from “There’s Beauty In the Beast,” created October 2015.



This may be the coolest opera mashup EVER. There really should have been anvils in Super Mario Bros.



Live from Red 7 Outside, a special super-group formed when OOO collaborated with famed Queen tribute band Magnifico for a Halloween show on 10/26/13. Thanks to B. LeBas for the video!


Remember our first BIG flash mob? So do we! So much fun – from March of 2013, during SXSW. Thanks to Sound Bridge Project for the collaboration!



A mash-up video from SoundSpace at the Blanton Museum in Austin during SXSW 2013, this video caught several of OOO’s original performances.


Also from SoundSpace at the Blanton Museum, OOO Members Julie Fiore and Rebekah Smeltzer (“conducted” by Dalton Flake), present a live experiment.  The four lamps caused actionable responses from the singers, creating a rogue DJ-style mix of opera and an electronic dance track.


More SoundSpace! Dalton Flake, Michael Holderer, Jake Jacobsen, and Chaz Nailor compete till the bitter end…(thank to DJ CBass for the fantastic mash-up, and Jeanne Sasaki for the piano accompaniment!)



Live from Red 7, Austin, TX on August 23rd, 2012 (our first official show!).  In this original scene written by OOO, the Ensemble explores the joy of an opera singer’s first role, and pieces together bits from each of their own first professional parts. We call this “Occupy Opera: One Ounce Opera’s Opera No. 1.”  Stills by Roy Moore,



Rogue opera on the streets of Downtown Austin! Members of the OOO Ensemble caroling during the annual Holiday Stroll and Tree-lighting on Historic Congress Avenue, December 1, 2012.