Archive for May, 2017

Experiments in Opera offers six short slices of contemporary life – May 06, 2017

The enterprising and imaginative group Experiments in Opera have already created […]

City Opera’s Baroque premiere provides mixed rewards – May 05, 2017

Key to the surprising renaissance of the New York City Opera […]

Gilbert and Philharmonic provide a searing, uplifting night with Schoenberg, Beethoven – May 04, 2017

On paper, the New York Philharmonic’s Wednesday night concert looked intriguing. […]

Alagna and Rowley bring emotional depth to Met’s “Cyrano de Bergerac” – May 03, 2017

To say that Cyrano de Bergerac is an unusual item at […]

DiDonato leads an inspired cast in sensational “Ariodante” at Carnegie – May 01, 2017

The renaissance of baroque opera in America shows no signs of […]

Sequentia makes an ancient world timeless and transcendent – May 01, 2017

In any other context, Sequentia would be a rock band. This […]


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