Digital culture – signifying the position of 21st century digital technologies within the practices of daily life and the speed of access to information – has an impact upon the field of art, as well as sectors such as health, entertainment, education and transportation. From the very beginning of their production, works of art reflect the historical, cultural, social and political processes of their time. Today, works of art are also descriptive of digital culture. In today's world, where digital technologies are also present in the field of art, the way artists and viewers interact with each other, the perception of art, the way it is produced, and its delivery to the consumer begins to show changes. The frequent use of computers and digital technologies in the field of art paves the way for artificial intelligence technologies to be used in art production. Artificial intelligence technologies take art production and aesthetic perception to a different dimension. The art of opera, which incorporates different fields of art – making it, in a sense, an interdisciplinary art form – starts to make use of digital technologies as well. This is apparent in both the production phase and the transmission of works of art to the audience. However, the artistic value of a digitalised art of opera is subject of debate. In this study, samples of works of opera, which were produced by artificial intelligence in a digital environment, will be examined in context of their cultural and artistic value.