Opera San José is committed to protecting the privacy of our online and off-line patrons and donors.
Phone Numbers and E-mail Addresses
We will not share or sell your phone number or e-mail address with any other business or organization.
Mailing Address Information
Opera San José collects mailing address information primarily to inform its patrons about upcoming Opera activities. We may also use our mailing and phone lists to ask for your support for our Annual Fund campaign. We do not rent, share, or sell our mailing lists to commercial businesses. Occasionally, we share our mailing lists with local non-profit arts organizations. We do not share or sell mailing addresses, phone numbers or e-mail addresses with any other entity.
If you do not wish to receive updates and information from Opera San José, you may opt out by e-mailing us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also call us at: 408.437.4450. Or you may write to us at: Opera San José, 2149 Paragon Drive, San Jose, California, 95131-1312. When you contact us, please let us know if you do not wish to receive mail, phone calls, e-mails or have your mailing information shared or sold to local arts or non-profit organizations.
Our Web site contains links to other community and opera websites that we think our patrons may find of interest. Opera San José does not review these Web sites and is not responsible for their content or their privacy practices.
Opera San José makes every effort to ensure the security of its network and systems. Our ticketing application service provider (Tessitura.com) has a valid 128-bit SSL Certificate provided by Verisign, and all financial transactions are encrypted over an SSL connection.
The contents of this site including all images, text, video, and audio are for personal, educational, and noncommercial use only. No part of this site may be reproduced in any form without written consent from Opera San José.
Opera San José
2149 Paragon Drive
San Jose, California 95131-1312
Policy for Determining General Director’s Compensation
Opera San José has had a tradition of fiscal frugality when it comes to compensation of its General Director and staff. The current Director General has maintained this tradition and has insisted that his compensation be less than $100,000.
The Board of Trustees will develop a more traditional approach for setting compensation for its General Director when financial results improve, including researching salaries of General Directors at other US operas of similar size.
The General Director sets staff compensation and is expected to consult the Executive Committee before setting compensation for any of the General Director’s direct reports.