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A Look Back at Opera Philadelphia’s O17 Festival and ‘The Magic...

When Opera Philadelphia’s O17 Festival was announced in October of 2015, the company headlined its importation of the Berlin’s Komische Oper (Comic Opera) production...

Review: The In Series: Mozart’s ‘The Magic Flute’ at the D.C....

If you’re a Mozart fan – and if you aren’t, you should be – you probably have your favorite ‘conspiracy theory’ about why the...

Review: ‘The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs’ at Santa Fe Opera

Steve Jobs was a revolutionary genius in communicating. He showed the world how to get “everything” anyone needed on a single gadget. Yet he...

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...

‘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...

‘Venus and Adonis (U-Venas No Adonisi)’ by the Isango Ensemble’ at...

Playing in repertory with Mozart's The Magic Flute - Impempe Yomlingo at Shakespeare Theatre Company is the season opener of their STC: Presentation Series...

‘The Magic Flute – Impempe Yomlingo’ by the Isango Ensemble at...

The South African Isango Ensemble makes a joyful noise with soaring, full of life signature flair performing catchy rhythms, and singing beautiful melodies fusing...

‘Fatal Song: The Great Opera Murders’ at The In Series

The In Series continues the launch of the 2014-2015 season with the hilarious Fatal Song: The Great Opera Murders. Kathleen Cahill wrote a comic...

‘The Charlatan’ Semi-Staged Concert at The Victorian Lyric Opera Company

John Philip Sousa, one of America’s greatest composers, was primarily known for his famous marches. Over the course of his career, however, he also...

John Philip Sousa’s ‘The Charlatan’ Comes to Victorian Lyric Opera Company...

TOE-TAPPING SOUSA MARCHES AND ENTERTAINING ANTICS IN VLOC’s THE CHARLATAN A rarely-heard gem of American operetta, John Philip Sousa’s The Charlatan, will be presented in a...

Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Amaluna’ at National Harbor

Ardent fans of Cirque du Soleil attending the spectacular new Amaluna will recognize this as one of Cirque’s best tent shows ever. Now in its 30th year...

Andrea Rost, Soprano: Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Independent Hungary Gala...

Soprano Andrea Rost, whose career began in European opera houses, must have felt at home in the Warner’s lavishly appointed, gilded and crystal-chandeliered  art...

Hungarian Opera Star Andrea Rost Celebrates the 25th Anniversary of the...

Andrea Rost performs Tomorrow Night, May 29th at 5:30 PM at the Warner for the Hungarian American Coalition gala celebrating the 25th anniversary of...

‘The Magic Flute’ at Washington National Opera

Brightness and color abounded in the Kennedy Center Opera Hall on Saturday night as the Washington National Opera debuted its second-to-last show of the...

‘Die Zauberflöte’ (‘The Magic Flute’) at U of MD’s Maryland Opera...

Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) is widely considered to be Mozart’s masterpiece, a label which brings with it high expectations. Fortunately, those expectations were...

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