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03.27.2018

“In Monte-Carlo, the answer is obvious: the musical interpretation given by Laurent Campellone, with a superlative orchestra, is one that captivates through and through! From the very beginning, he knows how to modulate intensities, play with timbre shades, create cont...

03.25.2018

"But the most magical element of all in Daniel Catán’s magical-realism opera is the singing.Soprano Elaine Alvarez is stunning in her role debut as Florencia, a world-famous but heartbroken opera singer returning to the wilds of her native Brazil to find her lost love....

03.23.2018

“I had previously seen Mr. Mayes in Washington National Opera’s Dead Man Walking; I think he might be even more impressive as Starbuck. . . Director McIntyre says she read the novel seven times as preparation for taking on this enormous challenge. Pause. She read a 700...

03.23.2018

"The highlight of the program was the Symphony No. 3 in A minor, Op. 44, by Rachmaninov whose symphonic works has been dedicated this season. The young Spanish conductor Sergio Alapont, host on the podium, who had already successfully solved the two initial works thank...

03.14.2018

"Soprano Karen Slack, as Emelda, the absentee mother who abandoned Griffith and six other illegitimate children in their native Virgin Islands, beautifully atones for her negligence with a soaring aria about “seven babies in the sun” that brought down the house Friday...

03.06.2018

“Baritone Edward Parks, in his Lyric debut . . . rose with imposing force to the scene in which the dying soldier Valentin curses his fallen sister." -Chicago Tribune

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"Baritone Edward Parks was outstanding in his Lyric debut as Valentin with a tremendou...

03.06.2018

"Cassandra Zoé Velasco was a charming Rosina whose singing was flexible. In "Una voce poco fa" ("A voice just now") her tones soared up and plunged down her wide, beautifully colored vocal range. Writers often remark that Mexico sends us wonderful tenors and baritones...

03.06.2018

"Though one of the great problems of Don Giovanni is that there is so much – musically and psychologically – to eclipse the Don at his own party. Mozart gives some of his most inward and tender music to Donna Elvira and Donna Anna, and the latter’s accompanied recitati...

03.04.2018

"Annie Rosen was a worthy Siébel, well earning her usually cut second aria." 
-Chicago Classical Review

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"Annie Rosen brought a sweet, agile mezzo-soprano to the role of Siébel."
-Musical America

"As the lovesick adolescent Siébel...

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