If this generation were to stake a claim to its own classical vocal music “Golden Age,” Christine Brewer presents a strong case.
Deborah Warner’s new production of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin is an evocative and lyrical depiction of elegiac passion.
They’re no longer just door-to-door missionaries with a science fiction theology and strange underwear! What with a presidential candidacy and a hit Broadway musical, the Mormons are having their breakout season in New York.
DÈja vu. Well, sort of. Last time around (2006) there was a Carmen and then another who canceled leaving San Francisco Opera in the lurch.
For some years now the opera world has reveled in the appearance of many fine lyric tenors, with Juan Diego Florez leading the charge.
What could be more appropriate for the Samhain season than a return from
For its first production of the new season, Jacques Offenbach’s
Les Contes d’Hoffmann, Lyric Opera of Chicago assembled a
distinguished roster of soloists with the Lyric Opera Orchestra under the direction of Emmanuel Villaume.
The operas of a composer born before the settlement of Jamestown face dim prospects of getting staged at the larger American houses.
Love and gloom at the Los Angeles Opera.