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03.22.2016

MOT Brings Populist Opera to the People with Copland’s The Tender Land

“No 20th Century composer understood heartland America better than Aaron Copland. No composer championed the common man the way Copland did. The music for his opera The Tender Land, the current Michi...

03.21.2016

Sarah Tucker was named a finalist in this weekend’s McCammon Vocal Competition with the Fort Worth Opera. 

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03.18.2016

“Calenos, a young Greek-born soprano, had the best outing. Secure in pitch, rich in expressive detail, knifelike at the climaxes, she seemed ready for a much bigger stage.” -The New Yorker

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“The company performed in street clothes, in an unfussy producti...

03.18.2016

“Chen-Ye Yuan’s moving final aria leaves us with Chou En Lai’s unforgettable image of the chill of grace heavy on the morning grass. Ultimately, despite spectacular chorus work and a virtuoso APO coaxed by maestro Joseph Mechavich to run from shimmer to shout within a...

03.15.2016

“Jason Slayden made a notable Lyric debut as Tybalt, showing an ample, flexible tenor and likewise inhabiting the violent, hot-headed character.” -Chicago Classical Review.

 

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“Jason Slayden made a fiery Tybalt”

-Chicago Tribune

 

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“there a...

03.09.2016

“Edward Parks gave a persuasive portrayal as Marcello, using his robust, smoothly produced voice to telling effect at every turn.”

-Opera News

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03.08.2016

“Scott became the perfect Otello. His presence on stage, the powerful hero, the ardent lover and the jealously-infected victim, requires vocal intensity and dramatic acting. Scott dissects every one of his characters. In his Otello, we saw love, witnessed attack by Iag...

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