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Baltimore Concert Opera Delivers Glamour, Grandeur and Stunning Performances at Unique...

From the time you enter the historic Garrett-Jacobs Mansion, also known as the Engineers Club, you feel as though you have taken a step...

Review: Mozart’s ‘Idomeneo’ Live in HD from the Metropolitan Opera

Mozart’s Idomeneo is a landmark opera. It is undeniably a great achievement by a 25-year-old composer in the early stage of his career. Unlike the...

A Valentine’s Day Treat: ‘Lovers and Lotharios’ at the Cultural Arts...

If you’re looking for a romantic date this Valentine’s Day, then check out the 'Symphony of the Potomac'—Washington’s own community-based orchestra—which will be celebrating...

DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2015 #23: Best Cabaret, Concerts, and Opera Productions...

The staff of DCMetroTheaterArts is honored to announce that their 2015 Best Cabaret, Concert, and Opera honors go to to: CABARETS Anonymous at Creative Cauldron’s Summer Cabaret Series...

‘Don Giovanni’ at University of Maryland’s Maryland Opera Studio

Interesting fact –Lorenzo da Ponte , librettist for Don Giovanni, was the first professor of Italian literature at Columbia University in New York City;...

‘The Impresario’ at the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music

Sheaves of music start flying and the upper octaves get higher and louder during an open opera audition. Vanity and rivalry turn into a...

DCMTA Scene Stealers-Week Ending March 31, 2015 Part 1

Here is Part 1 of our favorite 'Scene Stealers' in March 2015. Congrats to our honorees! ______ Alex Alburqueque, as Leporello, in Don Giovanni at The In...

‘Rigoletto’ at The Catholic University’s Benjamin T. Rome School of Music

The Catholic University of America, Benjamin T. Rome School of Music had its opening night of Giuseppe Verdi’s opera Rigoletto this past Thursday night...

Nathan Blair: Preparing to Conduct ‘Rigoletto’ on Saturday, March 21st...

Nathan Blair is a young conductor who is about to take the podium to conduct The Catholic University's upcoming production of Rigoletto. He is an amazing...

‘Mozart’s Great Mass’ with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at Strathmore

If I told you that the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra may be the most dynamic classical music organization in our region, you’d probably expect me...

‘What I Wanted to Sing When I Grew Up’ at The...

What I Wanted to Sing When I Grew Up is pure indulgence for audience and singer Fleta Hylton, a soprano powerhouse and DC institution....

DC Area Soprano Danielle Talamantes On Her CD Signing on Sunday...

Rising local soprano Danielle Talamantes talks about the Met, concert music, and the opera singer’s life Politicians and lobbyists running to catch the Acela at...

National Chamber Ensemble Presents ‘Night of Italian Opera’ This Saturday, October...

FULL OF ROMANCE AND PASSION The National Chamber Ensemble (NCE), Artisphere's Resident Ensemble, opens its eight exciting season on October 25, 2014. Praised by the Washington...

‘Don Giovanni’ at The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music at...

Mozart is said to be especially good for younger singers and I myself have heard more than one teacher cite his music as a...

James Konicek on Playing Sir Andrew in Folger Theatre’s ‘Twelfth Night’...

I am a huge fan of James Konicek - his acting, singing, and 'that voice.' Audiences are loving James' performance in Folger Theatre's Twelfth Night....

The Best of 2012: Part 10: Designers, Cabarets & Concerts,...

Here are DCMetroTheaterArts writers' choices for their favorites designs of production in the the DC Metro Area in 2012. I always felt that...

‘Don Giovanni’ at The Lyric Opera House by Amanda Gunther

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s famous Don Giovanni is being presented for a limited engagement at The Patricia and Arthur Modell Performing Arts Center at The...

Director Jason Loewith on ‘Time Stands Still’ at Everyman Theatre by...

Jason Loewith is directing the critically acclaimed production of Time Stands Still at Everyman Theatre. Jason talks about his vision for the production, and how his...

‘Don Giovanni’ at Washington National Opera by Amanda Gunther

Considered to be one of the greatest operas ever composed, Don Giovanni makes its revival appearance as the second offering of The Washington National...

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