The New Masterpieces
What's the best new opera of the twenty-first century? HEIDI WALESON polls a group of opera-industry insiders — and gets some surprising responses.
The Metropolitan Opera premiere of John Adams's Doctor Atomic, 2008, with Sasha Cooke (Kitty), Gerald Finley (Oppenheimer), Richard Paul Fink (Teller) and Eric Owens (General Groves)
© Beth Bergman 2011
Twenty-five years ago, brand new operas were few and far between. Today, we find them everywhere. I've seen eighty-three world and U.S. premieres of new operas since the beginning of 2000 — a remarkab...
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