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WASHINGTON , December 7, 2013 International singing sensation Andrea Bocelli returns to the U.S., performing at the Verizon Center on Thursday, December 12, 2013.
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Milan opera house La Scala is concluding its bicentennial celebrations of Giuseppe Verdi's birth with Daniele Gatti conducting "La Traviata" at the gala season opener Saturday.
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Music director Joel Navarro led his 10th and final performance of Handel's "Messiah" with the Calvin Oratorio Society on Friday.
In his works, composer Gian Carlo Menotti demonstrates an understanding of different types of comedy.
Chris Botti plays his second of two " Impressions " concerts tonight at the San Francisco Symphony with his own long standing jazz personalities.
Curtain Call Performing Arts is proud to announce opera troupe Opera On Tap: San Francisco has taken residency following a sold-out run of Mozart's Figaro last summer.
Some remarkably imaginative opera productions and vivid performances from around the world are captured on DVD this season.
Opera doesn't have to be big, it doesn't have to have massive sets or a chorus 100 strong.
In the Metropolitan Opera's new production of " Falstaff, " opening Friday, the singer who plays the youthful Nannetta wears pedal pushers, the kitchen in a key scene is filled with midcentury American appliances and the title character's first appearance is in a hotel room, surrounded by room-service carts.
Many of San Francisco's prime event venues don't have kitchens; I'm talking about places like City Hall or the tents that are put up yearly for the ballet, opera and symphony openings.
"The Phantom of the Opera" is the longest-running show in Broadway history with more than 10,000 performances But what becomes a legendary show most? A remounting.
OPERA singer Lynsey Docherty will join four internationally celebrated performers for an evening journeying through opera's most beloved melodies next week.
If you have a taste for experimental performance, Margaret Cameron's Opera for a Small Mammal is likely to be right up your alley.
HUGH Hetherington, a fine interpreter of Benjamin Britten, will join Fordingbridge Choral Society for a concert in the town next weekend.
Escape to a magical and mysterious evening beginning at the very first notes of Tchaikovsky's overture to "The Nutcracker" at 7 p.m. Dec. 17 at Rave Cinemas Ann Arbor 20, 4100 Carpenter Road.
"ANGELINA Ballerina the Mousical" is coming to town, promising young audience members a feast of hip-hop, ballet and backstage rodent drama when Camembert Academy wins the opportunity to appear in "Dancing with Mice!".