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The series opens March 5 with highlights from Giacomo Puccini's La Boheme, the beloved classic tale of love, loss, deception and heartbreak presented by some of Burnaby Lyric Opera's most superb young opera talents.
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Opera Queensland is holding auditions in Mackay from 13 - 15 March to find 26 adults and 12 children to partake in a 10 week intensive training program and perform in the chorus of a production of Puccini's La boheme.
The Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra and the Bainbridge Chorale team up in an historic collaboration this spring.
A sing-along will launch the 2014-15 season. Other offerings include "Evita," "A Christmas Story" and plenty of Cuban music.
In a tunnel in Monaco, a silver Ferrari Enzo, the last of the 'old school' normally-aspirated hypercars, sits next to the new king from Maranello, the F70 LaFerrari.
The topic of suicide is a serious issue facing society today, but of course it is not just a contemporary issue.
Chances are that you haven't heard Verdi's opera "Il Corsaro." You don't necessarily need to make good on the omission.
The self-confessed petrol-head had lived independently at home in Worthing - and was still driving - up until December last year.
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HandsOn Kansas State Fake Patty's Day Clean Up: "There's Nothing Fake About the Mess We Make," 10 a.m. This play is generously sponsored by Friends of Carole Setser, in memory of David Chastan, and in memory of Charlotte Edelman.
You might think that after 20 or so "In the Steps of Sousa" concerts, conductor Keith Weathers would run out of material.
In this Dec. 4, 2008 file photo, Belgian musician Gerard Mortier is seen during his presentation as new artistic director of the Teatro Real Opera House, in Madrid.
The arrival of spring means the opening of an opera season. Kicking off this spring opera lineup are three classic operas, each with a different color and charm: comedy, tragedy and something in between.
When I was in high school, I went with my class to see Giacomo Puccini’s “La Boheme” at the Lyric Theatre.