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12.30.2019

"RICHARD STRAUSS'S ELEKTRA is all about primal screams, death cries, dissonance and angst. Silent movies are soundless, if often loudly emotional, affairs. Minnesota Opera combined the two in a provocative new production of Elektra that opened on October 5 at the Ordwa...

12.30.2019

"Jesse Blumberg brought a handsome baritone voice"
-Seen and Heard International

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"The splendid results speak for themselves, and Cleveland’s Baroque Orchestra and Apollo’s Singers, headlined by soprano Molly Netter, countertenor Daniel Moody, tenor Step...

12.30.2019

"Bass Sidney Outlaw attacked his pieces with consummate diction and exceptional accuracy in runs and well-focused brilliance at the top of his range, all heard to pleasing effect in “Why Do the Nations.”" 
-Washington Classical Review

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12.30.2019

“Mexican tenor Jesús León was making his Bellas Artes and role debut as Hoffmann so the stakes were high. After a very solid career in Europe, León proved to be ready to perform the challenging role of Hoffmann. His voice is very lyrical, Italianate in color and projec...

12.09.2019

"And Agathe’s aria “Leise leise fromme Weise” was just stunning, filled with successive eruptions of different emotions. It blossomed in Katherine Whyte’s performance into an absolute joy to ride through. In fact, Whyte was absolutely superb throughout."

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12.03.2019

"Montenegro’s Mario sweetly gains confidence, with Neruda’s assistance, as he gains Beatrice’s hand. He plays very effectively Mario’s sadness and bewilderment when Neruda, released from exile and once more globe-trotting to great acclaim, seems to have forgotten him.....

12.03.2019

"Marcello’s love interest was Joanna Latini, the production’s Musetta. With a voice as strong as Mimi’s, but perhaps with a more innate dramatic quality, she delivered all the was needed in the famous Waltz Song in the Cafe Momus act, her infuriating actions (at least...

12.03.2019

"Guest conductor Robert Wood underscored the drama and sonority of the music for Austin Opera’s latest staging, which plays through Sunday at the Long Center. For her part, stage director Tara Faircloth highlighted the concrete and specific psychologies of the characte...

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