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DANIEL OKULITCH has forged a reputation as a top Mozartean and a potent interpreter of modern operas. This summer, he returns to Santa Fe Opera for the title role in Don Giovanni.
by Oussama Zahr. 
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At the moment, the number of young LYRIC BARITONES amounts to an embarrassment of riches. Just how did the current surplus come about? 
by Brian Kellow. 
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Bass-baritone JOHAN REUTER, who sings everything from Wagner to Harrison Birtwistle, is one of opera’s best singing actors.
by F. Paul Driscoll. 
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Jack Perla and Rajiv Joseph’s new work for Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, SHALIMAR THE CLOWN, based on Salman Rushdie’s novel, aims for the power of grand opera and the impact of contemporary relevance.
by Philip Kennicott • illustration by Nigel Buchanan. 
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BRIAN MULLIGAN specializes in playing characters on the edge. This summer, he is John Proctor in Francesca Zambello’s staging of Robert Ward’s opera The Crucible at the Glimmerglass Festival.
by William R. Braun. 
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FELLOW TRAVELERS, based on the acclaimed novel by Thomas Mallon, has its world premiere this month at Cincinnati Opera. The author ponders the story’s "operatic" dimension.
by Thomas Mallon • illustration by Robert Neubecker. 
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The American bass-baritone loves to sing in OREGON'S MOST FAMOUS CITY.
by Eric Myers. 
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The Glimmerglass Festival brings music behind bars.
by Alan Prendergast • illustration by Nigel Buchanan. 
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A calendar of must-see summer events in the U.S.
by Maria Mazzaro. 

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