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"United by the Great Figures"
A SCENE FROM OPERA LE CORSAIRE. THE 115TH SEASON WILL BE DEVOTED TO SHEVCHENKO AND SHAKESPEARE / Photo by Yevhen KRAVS The season started on August 29 with opera Masquerade by Giuseppe Verdi, head of the information department of Lviv Krushelnytska National Opera and Ballet Theater Nadia Trush told The Day.
The Orlando Sentinel
Enzian Theater screens Paris Opera's 'Aida'
The Maitland theater will screen "Aida," composed by Giuseppe Verdi, at 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 30. Tickets are $20, $17.50 for Enzian members.
Hottest Articles on BWWOperaWorld.com from 8/17/2014 - 8/24/2014
Below are BWWOperaWorld.com's most popular articles from 8/17/2014 - 8/24/2014. Catch up below on anything that you might have missed from the past week! Breaking: Statement by Matthew Loeb, International President, I.A.T.S.E. on Settlement at the Metropolitan Opera with Local 1: JUST IN FROM THE UNION: The musicians of the Met Orchestra and their ... (more)
BWW Reviews: dell'Arte Opera Ensemble's MACBETH is Atmospheric and Intimate
As an art form, it seems that opera is having a hard time finding its footing with the current generation of young professionals.
Canonsburg native joins prestigious opera program
She was once the evil witch in Engelbert Humperdinck's version of “Hansel and Gretel.” She has played a modern version of Eurydice, a nymph in Greek mythology.
River Front Times
A Streetcar Named Desire: Union Avenue Opera Gambles on Tennessee Williams' Masterpiece
Fresh off its shimmering success with Giuseppe Verdi's La Traviata , Union Avenue Opera continues its twentieth season with a very different production: Andr Previn's A Streetcar Named Desire , a modern operatic work based on the Tennessee Williams masterpiece.
Azerbaijani baritone magnetize Chile
By AzerNews Famous Azerbaijani opera singer Evez Abdulla successfully performed in Giuseppe Verdi's opera "Othello" at the Municipal Theatre of Opera and Ballet in Santiago, Chile.
Three fifths of Margot vocal quintet conquers Grace & Holy Trinity Cathedral
Not that there was a war, but after mezzo, Liz Cass, Baritone Phillip D. Hall and pianist/song leader Cynthia Wilson finished their program Sunday at the Episcopal Cathedral in Kansas City, everyone in the room had become friends.