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|Archived Since:||April 20, 2011|
Singing is a weak link, but instruments are strong in BSO’s Bach.
Loren Kitt, hired in 1970, will be honored at the NSO performance on June 9.
Four operas, two critics: Anne Midgette and Philip Kennicott trade their views on the completed “Ring” cycle in DC.
You’ve heard the conductor, now hear his thoughts: Philippe Auguin talks about his interpretation of Wagner’s “Ring.“
Nina Stemme arrives to take on Brünnhilde in the third cycle of WNO’s “Ring.”
Fiona Shaw lends class to gala entertainment.
“They get no attention online.” An opera company asked for a correction to a review. The editor took it down.
Opera Delaware has a wonderful cast in a staging of a forgotten Italian work.
Michael Heaston, a power behind Zambello’s throne, will leave WNO and Glimmerglass to take over the Met’s Lindemann program
Composer-conductor James MacMillan leads his own work, Elgar and a bracing Vaughan Williams.
A novel based on the life of Shostakovich stays largely on the surface
Years of effort and expense pay off in a powerful, moving production of Wagner’s tetralogy.
The inspiration, and film catalogue, of America’s worst diva, Florence Foster Jenkins.
Catherine Foster offers a penetrating Brünnhilde in “Siegfried,” the third opera in the cycle.
Anne Midgette and Philip Kennicott trade views on the “Ring” at the Washington National Opera
Frederic Rzewski capped a memorable birthday weekend with a wonderful new work.
Story-telling, not concept, is the focus of Zambello’s “Rhinegold.”
What is the ‘Ring,’ anyway? Here, a rundown of the operas and main characters.
Twelve years and $10 million to stage a “total work of art” in D.C. lasting 14 hours.