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The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well as three startups vie for their place on the New York City opera scene.
Sound Bites: Hadleigh Adams
A New Zealand-born baritone makes his artistic home in San Francisco.
The Edge of Innovation
Progressive impresario Beth Morrison's opera-theater creations defy easy categorization—and that's the way she likes it.
On the Road with The Industry
Los Angeles's avant-garde opera company thinks outside the proscenium.
New Rules of Engagement
Next month, James Darrah directs Breaking the Waves at Opera Philadelphia.
The Short, Happy Life of Gotham Chamber Opera
The demise of an enterprising New York company remains a puzzlement.
Russian soprano Olga Peretyatko brings unique expressivity to the Italian repertoire.
Warsaw's Teatr Wielki has become a designation for thrilling theatrical invention.
Sound Bites: Zach Borichevsky
In July and August, the tenor returns to Santa Fe Opera for Anatol in Vanessa.
Our Man in Madrid
Catalan arts administrator Joan Matabosch, the artistic director of Teatro Real, has breathed new life into the Spanish capital.
Voices of Summer
A calendar of this summer's must-see events on the European-festival circuit.
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On the Record: Winners of the Tenth Annual Opera News Awards
On the Record: Opera News's 13th Annual Diva Issue
A Real Piece of Gesamtkunstwerk
The Morgan Library is now exhibiting “Wagner’s
: Forging an Epic,” a trove of rare materials that’s essential viewing....
Celebrating the 80th Anniversary of
with seminal articles and excerpts from our archives that have never before appeared on our website.
Mascagni’s intriguing experiment in Japonaiserie,
, may be no revealed masterwork, but the Bard SummerScape's presentation marked a serious effort by all concerned.
Mostly Mozart's opening-night “theatrical fantasy,”
The Illuminated Heart
, was a pleasant, occasionally witty amuse bouche to the weeks of programming ahead. Yet for all the great music and great singing, the evening seemed rushed and insubstantial.
French Soprano Elsa Dreisig and South Korean Tenor Keonwoo Kim Win Top Prizes in Plácido Domingo's Operalia Competition
Twelve Singers Selected for the Final Round of Plácido Domingo's Operalia Competition in Guadalajara
Twenty-Eight Singers, Including Seven Americans, Reach Semi-Finals Round of Plácido Domingo’s Operalia Competition in Guadalajara
Stewart Pearce, Former Metropolitan Opera Guild Managing Director, has Died
Reviews in this Issue
Anna Moffo: "The Complete RCA Recital Albums"
Best Wishes from Cecilia Bartoli
BRAUNFELS: "Lieder, Songs"
CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO: "What Think You I Take My Pen in Hand to Record?"
In Sleep The World is Yours
Le Duc d’Albe
Elena Obraztsova: "Romances and Songs"
I-chiao Shih: "Like The Sky In Rome"
Jessica Pratt: "Serenade"
John Mark Ainsley: "French Connections"
Jussi Björling: "October 15, 1959, Copenhagen Concert"
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