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LA Opera's Turandot: Third Time's the Charm

May 22, 2024 | Richard S. Ginell, Musical America
LOS ANGELES—What to do with Puccini’s Turandot ?  Among the most popular operas on the boards—thanks in particular to “Nessun dorma”—it is also one of the most difficult to stage convincingly. It has … »Read
 

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Diane Paulus's New, Overwrought Carmen

May 20, 2024 | Mark Valencia, Musical America
LEWES—According to the arts commentator Richard Morrison, writing in the London Times, unless there’s a shift in political will (which seems unlikely) the distinctly English curiosity known as “country house opera” may … »Read
 

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Met Orfeo Returns with a Star in His Role Debut

May 20, 2024 | George Loomis, Musical America
If admirers of choreographer Mark Morris helped to ensure the warm reception accorded his production of Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice upon its return to the Metropolitan Opera May 16, fans of Anthony Roth Costanzo were similarly celebratory as … »Read
 

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Langrée & Co. Say Goodbye

May 17, 2024 | Ken Smith, Musical America
CINCINNATI – What happens to your fond farewells when your guest of honor is late to the party? The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra had earmarked the end of the current season with a two-week tribute to outgoing Music Director Louis … »Read
 

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Opera Lafayette Offers a Mix and Match Esther

May 17, 2024 | Peter Clark, Musical America
The depth of New York City’s cultural offerings can be astounding. In addition to the flagship musical organizations, a plethora of smaller companies regularly present adventurous programs ranging from newly commissioned pieces to works … »Read
 

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Kathleen Battle Returns to a Storied Stage

May 16, 2024 | David Patrick Stearns, Musical America
Not seen on its stage since 2016, then following a 22-year career hiatus, Kathleen Battle returned to the Metropolitan Opera on May 12, in a concert produced by AMP Worldwide, presenter of Disney-in-concert films and the like. Now age 75, she … »Read
 
 

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