My afternoon was made splendid in courtesy of three platinum-voiced, gallant, and noble Bel Canto tenors.
One versatile dramatic baritone. One veteran pianist. Three young and talented sopranos. How did they all fare?
Il Viaggio a Reims strikes again and this time it’s with a stirring siren of a lyric coloratura soprano and a dashing cavalier of a lyric baritone.
A lilting late afternoon of melodies all in courtesy of one dashing Bel Canto specialist of a bass-baritone.
Small in the plot, but magnificent in musical prowess, especially evidenced by such astounding young artists.
An epic story of faith and fate weaved not only by Rossini’s great music but also La Fura dels Baus fascinating choreography.
Another rare Rossini opera and this time it’s about a noble young man on a mission to rescue his darling wife.
The pristine Pavol Breslik and the amazing Amir Katz lead a liltingly lovely Lieder Abend.
How well does this all-star cast hold up in Wagner’s Meistersinger from Bayreuth? Find out in this review!
Meine verehrte, ehrwürdige und edle Dame Diana Damrau strikes again as the poignant yet youthful Antonia, the seductive yet tempestuous Giulietta, and the elusive and beautiful Stella and she is joined by a cast of veritable superstars from Michael Spyres to Olga Pudova to Nicolas Testé to Angela Brower.