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07.28.2017

"Being heard through this thicker orchestration in an open-air amphitheater was the least of Belcher’s accomplishments on a triumphant evening that was indeed proof of the awesome power of music. . . Act I celebrates their nuptials, offering Belcher the first of many o...

07.28.2017

"At the end of the world premiere of The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs, the audience roared its approval as if it had witnessed a blockbuster musical. . . Edward Parks makes a credible Jobs, visually as well as vocally. . . Santa Fe Opera has a hit on its hands."

-Financia...

07.20.2017

"Supporting roles included Matthew Treviño's Raimondo, delivering a robust basso and a stunning description of the murder scene"
-Opera News.


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07.17.2017

Join us for the 16th year of a Madison summer tradition! Opera in the Park has become the very definition of what Madison Opera means to our community. In beautiful Garner Park, the stars come out in the sky, the light sticks come out in the audience, and singers from...

07.14.2017

“In this piece about angry people, the Lawrence Edelson-directed production had no polite veneer to soften Blitzstein’s social outrage, with a cast that had the scrupulousness of opera but the theatricality of Broadway." - The Philadelphia Inquirer

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07.14.2017

Billy Budd Indomitable in Des Moines

"It is hard to know where to begin to praise the peerless accomplishment that is Des Moines Metro Opera’s staggeringly powerful Billy Budd. In the intimate Blank Performing Arts Center space, we are not so much observing a wrenching...

07.11.2017

"Best of all was Marie-Eve Munger’s fairy, her filigree coloratura as delicate as French lace, towering over Pinocchio in a steepling white gown. When she spun her high notes, even I felt a dash of magic amid the grim setting."
-Bach Track

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07.11.2017

"As Asdrubale, Richard Ollarsaba used his sizable, creamy bass-baritone to keen effect. He proved an astute comic actor, too, especially in Act I, cavorting in disguise as a turban-topped, snake-cuddling creditor (part of the Count's scheme to see if anyone will stick...

07.11.2017

"Kristine McIntyre moved human traffic with telling dramatic detail within a handsome, realistic British frigate-set by designer R. Keith Brumley. McIntyre avoided the gay subtext of E.M. Forster's and Eric Crozier's libretto, speeding the tragedy to its devastating co...

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