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is alive and well on the New York opera scene, as the fresh approaches of three of Manhattan’s up-and-coming young producers attest.
by Matthew Sigman. Photographs by Kevin Thomas Garcia.
The Edge of Innovation
opera-theater creations defy easy categorization—and that’s the way she likes it.
by Adam Wasserman.
The Short, Happy Life of Gotham Chamber Opera
of an enterprising New York company remains a puzzlement.
by Allan Kozinn.
On the Road with The Industry
Avant-garde producer Yuval Sharon experiments with
by Matthew Worley.
AMERICAN LYRIC THEATER
offers a master’s program in creating new opera.
by Frank J. Oteri.
New Rules of Engagement
brings an art film to lyric life.
by Matthew Worley.
Road Show: Heidi Stober in Berlin
loves life in the German capital.
by Eric Myers.
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