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... Young Artists Program. It was an extraordinary performance of familiar arias by Mozart, Bellini, Bizet, Puccini and Massenet, topped off with Domingo joining the ensemble in singing Verdi's old crowd-pleaser, "Libiamo ne lieti calici" from "La ... Comment?
... of her story in literature and other media, including William Shakespeare 's tragedy Antony and Cleopatra , Jules Massenet 's opera Cloptre and the 1963 film Cleopatra . In most depictions, Cleopatra is put forward as a great beauty and her ... Comment?
... most obvious strengths is her musicality: not only was the music well-planned (kudos to Leo Delibes, Jules Massenet, Andre Messager and Giochino Rossini), but also the conversations between the notes and steps. A notable performance came from Karen ... Comment?
... successes in two stylistically different lead roles: first as the big hearted, sousy, side-kick Sancho Pansa in Massenet's "Don Quixote," then as Renato, the bitter jealous husband Verdi's "Un Ballo de Maschera." Meantime, Nelson has also racked up ... Comment?
... complements the thriving night scene with an enticing menu and sophisticated atmosphere. Inspired by Jules Massenet's opera and its free-spirited protagonist Manon Lescaut, the restaurant possesses an eclectic blend of elegance and industrial ... Comment?
... City. In 1981, he was living just outside the Big Apple and served as president, as well as founder, of the Jules Massenet Society. He was invited to deliver an illustrated music talk about the French composer by the Alliance FranA aise in ... Comment?
... a fine program that included a lot of particularly sensuous songs about romantic and even physical love: Jules Massenet's "Sonnet"; "My Lizard," from Barber's five-song cycle "Despite and Still"; Britten's "My beloved is mine and I am his." But he ... Comment?
... song, featuring recordings of arias, duets, and songs. Some of the featured composers will be Puccini, Delibes, Massenet, Verdi and more; singers featured will be Bidu Sayao, Giuseppe Di Stefano, Maria Callas, Zinka Milanov, Anna Moffo, Mado Robin, ... Comment?
... in 1697 as "Cendrillon" and subsequently revisited by the Brothers Grimm in 1812. A number of composers-Jules Massenet, Nicolas Isouard, and Stefano Pavesi-have found fertile ground in the story, but none has had the success of Gioachino Rossini and ... Comment?
... opera in its first full American production. The two-act work, "Therese," was written by French composer Jules Massenet and debuted in 1907 in Monte Carlo. The lushly melodic, dramatically intense opera depicts the heartache and heroism of love and ... Comment?
... the company is situating all of this season within its audience's comfort zone. San Diego Opera presents Jules Massenet's DON QUIXOTE as part of its 2014 season starring Ferruccio Furlanetto, Eduardo Chama and Anke Vondung. Karen Keltner conducts ... Comment?
... SiA cles, whose performance of The Rite ends a concert that also includes French ballet music ranging from Lully to Massenet. But other strands running the through the season are harder to fathom. Why pick this year to "celebrate" (the BBC's word, ... Comment?
... smiles, were a puzzlement. Glueckert, whose strength and surety graced an ensemble from CosA as well as duets from Massenet's Werther and Jerome Kern's Showboat (with returning Adler mezzo-soprano Laura Krumm), does not yet know how to infuse a ... Comment?
... University's production of "Therese" will be the U.S. premiere of the 100 year old French opera. Written by Jules Massenet, "Therese" takes place during the French Revolution and follows the travails of Therese, her husband Andre, and their friend ... Comment?
... will face upward of 15,000 sports fans. Confidence has never been an issue for Mr. Watson. He can sell a Massenet aria. He can sell 1,000 pounds of cheese a week. But he says he has never been particularly good at selling himself. "I'm a terrible ... Comment?
Western Washington University's Opera Studio, under the direction of Jay Rozendaal, presents "Cindrillon," the familiar fairy tale of Cinderella, written by French composer Jules Massenet and set in a rooftop garden. Comment?
... ttish Opera has taken a work that is more commonly heard in concert performances and made it a perfect follow-up to Massenet's Werther. Comment?
... new mini-opera series at last year's Edinburgh International Festival. Elsewhere in the UK, he has tackled Mozart, Massenet, Tchaikovsky, Donizetti, Rossini and brand new works with the likes of Opera Holland Park and the Royal Opera House. But ... Comment?
... performed Riez, allez, riez du pauvre ideologue (Laugh, laugh at this poor idealist) from French composer Jules Massenet's opera Don Quichotte, and O Luoghi Ameni (O Beautiful Places) from the opera La Sonnambluma (The Sleepwalker). "This ... Comment?
... is crazy. How did this happen?'" Not only did Pedersen's performance of "Pleurez, pleurez mes yeux" from Jules Massenet's 1885 opera "Le Cid" award her a cash prize of $15,000, but she is viewed as an investment to the Metropolitan Opera. "They are ... Comment?