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While shiny Dallas and shiny Houston attract major attention for opera, Austin is the Texas town with dirt under its fingernails and a renowned indie music scene. JANN BASKETT, a former New York publishing exec, recalls how and why she moved there.
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From Broadway’s Falsettos to Handel’s Partenope, which plays this month at San Francisco Opera, Anthony Roth Costanzo combines practical savvy and a probing musical intelligence.
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JOSHUA ROSENBLUM raises the curtain on Frank Martin’s version of the Tristan legend, Le Vin Herbé, which arrives at Boston Lyric Opera next month in a new English-language translation.
Passions of Ana Maria thmb 1014The Passions of Ana María
Ana María Martínez, who is one of opera’s most in-demand singers, is also one of its most generous. SCOTT BARNES talks to the soprano, who takes every opportunity she can to reach out to audiences everywhere.
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PHILIP KENNICOTT looks at the complicated musical, political and social issues that surround John Adams’s opera, The Death of Klinghoffer.
Texans thmb 1014The Texans
Despite its national reputation as one of the most conservative states in the U.S., Texas has welcomed a surprising number of adventurous new operas — with more on the way. CHRISTOPHER KELLY reports.
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HENRY STEWART unearths some surprising facts about the Lone Star State.

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