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Works by Beethoven and Gerald Barry

As a whole, this concert proved a curious affair. It probably made more sense in the context of Thomas Adès’s series of Beethoven and Barry concerts with the Britten Sinfonia. The idea of a night off from the symphonic Beethoven to turn to chamber works was, in principle, a good one, but the sole Gerald Barry piece here seemed oddly out of place – and not in a productive, provocative way. Even the Beethoven pieces did not really seem to fit together especially well. A lovely performance of the op.16 Quintet nevertheless made the evening worthwhile.

The Moderate Soprano : Q&A with Nancy Carroll and Roger Allam

Nancy Carroll and Roger Allam play Audrey Mildmay and John Christie in David Hare’s play The Moderate Soprano which is currently at the Duke of York’s Theatre in London.

Le Concert Royal de la Nuit - Ensemble Correspondances

Le Concert Royal de la Nuit with Ensemble Correspondances led by Sébastien Daucé, the glorious culmination of the finest London Festival of the Baroque in years on the theme "Treasures of the Grand Siècle". Le Concert Royal de la Nuit was Louis XIV's announcement that he would be "Roi du Soleil", a ruler whose magnificence would transform France, and the world, in a new age of splendour.

Voices of Revolution – Prokofiev, Exile and Return

Seven, they are Seven , op.30; Violin Concerto no.1 in D minor, op.19; Cantata for the Twentieth Anniverary of the October Revolution, op.74. David Butt Philip (tenor), Pekka Kuusisto (violin), Aidan Oliver (voice of Lenin, chorus director), Philharmonia Voices, Crouch End Festival Chorus, Students of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (military band), Philharmonia Orchestra/Vladimir Ashkenazy (conductor). Royal Festival Hall, London, Sunday 20 May 2018.

Charpentier Histoires sacrées, staged - London Baroque Festival

Marc-Antoine Charpentier Histoires sacrées with Ensemble Correspondances, conducted by Sébastien Daucé, at St John's Smith Square, part of the London Festival of the Baroque 2018. This striking staging, by Vincent Huguet, brought out its austere glory: every bit a treasure of the Grand Siècle, though this grandeur was dedicated not to Sun God but to God.

No Time in Eternity: Iestyn Davies discusses Purcell and Nyman

Revolution, repetition, rhetoric. On my way to meet countertenor Iestyn Davies, I ponder if these are the elements that might form connecting threads between the music of Henry Purcell and Michael Nyman, whose works will be brought together later this month when Davies joins the viol consort Fretwork for a thought-provoking recital at Milton Court Concert Hall.

Aïda in Seattle: don’t mention the war!

When Francesca Zambello presented Aïda at her own Glimmerglass Opera in 2012, her staging was, as they say, “ripped from today’s headlines.” Fighter planes strafed the Egyptian headquarters as the curtain rose, water-boarding was the favored form of interrogation, Radames was executed by lethal injection.

Glyndebourne Festival Opera 2018 opens with Annilese Miskimmon's Madama Butterfly

As the bells rang with romance from the tower of St George’s Chapel, Windsor, the rolling downs of Sussex - which had just acquired a new Duke - echoed with the strains of a rather more bitter-sweet cross-cultural love affair. Glyndebourne Festival Opera’s 2018 season opened with Annilese Miskimmon’s production of Madama Butterfly, first seen during the 2016 Glyndebourne tour and now making its first visit to the main house.

Remembering Debussy

This concert might have been re-titled Remembrance of Musical Times Past: the time, that is, when French song, nurtured in the Proustian Parisian salons, began to gain a foothold in public concert halls. But, the madeleine didn’t quite work its magic on this occasion.

Garsington's Douglas Boyd on Strauss and Skating Rinks

‘On August 3, 1941, the day that Capriccio was finished, 682 Jews were killed in Chernovtsy, Romania; 1,500 in Jelgava, Latvia; and several hundred in Stanisławów, Ukraine. On October 28, 1942, the day of the opera’s premiere in Munich, the first convoy of Jews from Theresienstadt arrived at Auschwitz-Birkenau, and 90 percent of them went to the gas chamber.’

A chiaroscuro Orfeo from Iestyn Davies and La Nuova Musica

‘I sought to restrict the music to its true purpose of serving to give expression to the poetry and to strengthen the dramatic situations, without interrupting the action or hampering it with unnecessary and superfluous ornamentations. […] I believed further that I should devote my greatest effort to seeking to achieve a noble simplicity; and I have avoided parading difficulties at the expense of clarity.’

Lessons in Love and Violence: powerful musical utterances but perplexing dramatic motivations

‘What a thrill -/ My thumb instead of an onion. The top quite gone/ Except for a sort of hinge/ Of skin,/ A flap like a hat,/ Dead white. Then that red plush.’ Those who imagined that Sylvia Plath (‘Cut’, 1962) had achieved unassailable aesthetic peaks in fusing pain - mental and physical - with beauty, might think again after seeing and hearing this, the third, collaboration between composer George Benjamin and dramatist/librettist Martin Crimp: Lessons in Love and Violence.

Grands motets de Lalande

Majesté, a new recording by Le Poème Harmonique, led by Vincent Dumestre, of music by Michel-Richard de Lalande (1657-1726) new from Alpha Classics. Le Poème Harmonique are regular visitors to London, appreciated for the variety of their programes. On Friday this week, (11/5) they'll be at St John's Smith Square as part of the London Festival of Baroque, with a programme titled "At the World's Courts".

Perpetual Night - Early English Baroque, Ensemble Correspondances

New from Harmonia Mundi, Perpetual Night. a superb recording of ayres and songs from the 17th century, by Ensemble Correspondances with Sébastien Daucé and Lucile Richardot. Ensemble Correspondances are among the foremost exponents of the music of Versailles and the French royalty, so it's good to hear them turn to the music of the Stuart court.

Les Salons de Pauline Viardot: Sabine Devieilhe at Wigmore Hall

Always in demand on French and international stages, the French soprano Sabine Devieihle is, fortunately, becoming an increasingly frequent visitor to these shores. Her first appearance at Wigmore Hall was last month’s performance of works by Handel with Emmanuelle Haïm’s Le Concert d’Astrée. This lunchtime recital, reflecting the meetings of music and minds which took place at Parisian salon of the nineteenth-century mezzo-soprano Pauline Viardot (1821-1910), was her solo debut at the venue.

Jesus Christ Superstar at Lyric Opera of Chicago

Lyric Opera of Chicago is now featuring as its spring musical Jesus Christ Superstar with music and lyrics by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. The production originated with the Regent’s Park Theatre, London with additional scenery by Bay Productions, U.K. and Commercial Silk International.

Persephone glows with life in Seattle

As a figure in the history of 20th century art, few deserve to be closer to center stage than Ida Rubenbstein. Without her talent, determination, and vast wealth, Ravel’s Boléro, Debussy’s Martyrdom of St. Sebastien, Honegger’s Joan of Arc at the Stake, and Stravinsky’s Perséphone would not exist.

La concordia de’ pianeti: Imperial flattery set to Baroque splendor in Amsterdam

One trusts the banquet following the world premiere of La concordia de’ pianeti proffered some spicy flavors, because Pietro Pariati’s text is so cloying it causes violent stomach-churning. In contrast, Antonio Caldara’s music sparkles and dances like a blaze of crystal chandeliers.

Kathleen Ferrier Awards Final 2018

The 63rd Competition for the Kathleen Ferrier Awards 2018 was an unusually ‘home-grown’ affair. Last year’s Final had brought together singers from the UK, the Commonwealth, Europe, the US and beyond, but the six young singers assembled at Wigmore Hall on Friday evening all originated from the UK.

Affecting and Effective Traviata in San Jose

Opera San Jose capped its consistently enjoyable, artistically accomplished 2017-2018 season with a dramatically thoughtful, musically sound rendition of Verdi’s immortal La traviata.


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19 Dec 2005

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18 Dec 2005

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18 Dec 2005

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18 Dec 2005

Push to Rescue Met Recordings

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16 Dec 2005

Irresistibly moving — Billy Budd, Coliseum

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16 Dec 2005

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16 Dec 2005

Met Opera Slashing Budget

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16 Dec 2005

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16 Dec 2005

Bryn Terfel — Millennium Centre, Cardiff

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16 Dec 2005

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15 Dec 2005

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15 Dec 2005

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15 Dec 2005

The Dream of Gerontius — Barbican, London

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14 Dec 2005

Rising star may yet call the tune for Scottish Opera

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14 Dec 2005

Divas and dabblers — The lesson of the crisis in English opera is that we have to overhaul how the arts are governed

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14 Dec 2005

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13 Dec 2005

A Song Cycle With Bells On

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13 Dec 2005

An Intrepid Tenor Faces Un-Schubertian Obstacles

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13 Dec 2005

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12 Dec 2005

Frederica Von Stade, With Verve and Vitality

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12 Dec 2005

War and Peace opens in Moscow, survives scandal

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12 Dec 2005

The Marriage, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

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12 Dec 2005

Savoring the Season of Comfort & Joy

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10 Dec 2005

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10 Dec 2005

Cecilia Bartoli - Barbican, London

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10 Dec 2005

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10 Dec 2005

La Scala after the storm is battered but still beautiful

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08 Dec 2005

Philharmonia Orchestra/Sokiev, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

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08 Dec 2005

Harding applauded at La Scala opening

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08 Dec 2005

Opera house's woes grow as staff threaten to strike

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08 Dec 2005

Making Artistic Trade-Offs at Glimmerglass Opera

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07 Dec 2005

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07 Dec 2005

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07 Dec 2005

Young conductor to open La Scala season

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07 Dec 2005

I’m taking Tarantino to the opera

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07 Dec 2005

L'Amour des trois oranges, Paris Opera

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06 Dec 2005

La Scala Curtain Rises on More Than a New Season

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06 Dec 2005

A Sense of Moment for New Settings of Poems by 3 Poets

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06 Dec 2005

Lohengrin, Vienna State Opera

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06 Dec 2005

Now, for fine-tuning the Ellie — The opera house's woes, sound to signage, can be fixed or tolerated

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05 Dec 2005

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04 Dec 2005

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04 Dec 2005

Waiting in the Wings, Singing to Themselves

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02 Dec 2005

Zubin Mehta: Lightning conductor — At almost 70, the Indian maestro Zubin Mehta is still wowing audiences and dividing critics across the globe

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02 Dec 2005

Celebrity So Extraordinaire She Rivaled the Eiffel Tower

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02 Dec 2005

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02 Dec 2005

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02 Dec 2005

Music is a life science — Opera aficionado Carolyn Abbate chose music over biology

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02 Dec 2005

Annapolis Opera will celebrate Mozart's birthday 'by candlelight'

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01 Dec 2005

Boston Symphony/ Hunt Lieberson, Carnegie Hall

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01 Dec 2005

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01 Dec 2005

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30 Nov 2005

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30 Nov 2005

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30 Nov 2005

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30 Nov 2005

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30 Nov 2005

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30 Nov 2005

ENO boss exits on a low note

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29 Nov 2005

Strange Love — The Met’s weird new production bleeds the delicate chemistry out of Roméo et Juliette

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29 Nov 2005

Kozena and Daniels, Barbican Hall, London

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29 Nov 2005

A Midsummer Night's Dream, Linbury Studio, London

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29 Nov 2005

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28 Nov 2005

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27 Nov 2005

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27 Nov 2005

Operetta with two left feet

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27 Nov 2005

How the son of Mozart is finally finding a voice

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26 Nov 2005

Lock, stock and baritone

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26 Nov 2005

The heart of their music

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26 Nov 2005

A Guided Tour Through the Ruin of 'Oberon'

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25 Nov 2005

At Eclectic Zankel Hall, One Thing Rarely Varies

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25 Nov 2005

A Powerful Young Voice Slays the MTA

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25 Nov 2005

Saul — Town Hall, Leeds

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25 Nov 2005

Xerxes, London Coliseum

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24 Nov 2005

A Soprano Who Is Immersed in Schumann and Strauss

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23 Nov 2005

Cosi Fan Tutte — Komische Oper, Berlin

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23 Nov 2005

Harley, Zurich Opera

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23 Nov 2005

Opera tenor James King dies at 80

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22 Nov 2005

Soprano Deborah Voigt comes back with her familiar, splendid sound intact

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22 Nov 2005

Los Angeles Opera overcomes musket misfires, unsettling sets

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22 Nov 2005

Un ballo in maschera, Royal Opera House, London

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22 Nov 2005

Dresden's heart reclaimed from the ashes

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22 Nov 2005

A Delicious Recital, Coughs and All

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22 Nov 2005

Liszt, Haydn and Brahms, With a Touch of the Nightclub

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21 Nov 2005

Bayerische Staatsoper on the Death of James King

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21 Nov 2005

Un Ballo In Maschera, Royal Opera House, London

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21 Nov 2005

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21 Nov 2005

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21 Nov 2005

Marta Eggerth, Legendary Soprano, Talks About Vienna, Career

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21 Nov 2005

US-Tenor James King 80-jährig verstorben

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20 Nov 2005

Falsetto castrati enjoyed rock-star status

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20 Nov 2005

Mastered Mozart, Preached Janacek, Schmoozed Shostakovich

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19 Nov 2005

Puccini's Western almost golden

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19 Nov 2005

The Star It Was Made For Returns to Opera at the Met

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18 Nov 2005

IU School of Music receives $40.6 million gift

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18 Nov 2005

Emotional Torment, With Impulsive Volatility

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17 Nov 2005

Inauguration de la salle Garnier-Opéra de Monte-Carlo restaurée

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17 Nov 2005

Death, transcendence, beauty

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17 Nov 2005

Big-time singer who dreams of a smaller voice

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17 Nov 2005

Le Jongleur de Notre-Dame, L'Esplanade, St-Etienne

http://news.ft.com/cms/s/f54c8f70-5645-11da-b04f-00000e25118c.html »

17 Nov 2005

Roméo et Juliette, Metropolitan Opera, New York

http://news.ft.com/cms/s/bebf1fc6-5646-11da-b04f-00000e25118c.html »

15 Nov 2005

Met Rarity: Barcarolle Simulated for a Movie

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/15/movies/15marg.html »

15 Nov 2005

The Real Bach at Leipzig

http://www.nysun.com/article/23052 »

15 Nov 2005

Blind Operatunity Star Has Super Naughty Xmas

http://www.whatsonstage.com/dl/page.php?page=greenroom&story=E8821132067924 »

15 Nov 2005

Un ballo in maschera, Leipzig Opera

http://news.ft.com/cms/s/4b3bf012-557c-11da-8a74-00000e25118c.html »

15 Nov 2005

A Mozart Clan: Nice Sounds Veiled by One Celestial Note

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/15/arts/music/15moza.html »

14 Nov 2005

Diva in a Verismo Rarity, Chewing Imaginary Scenery

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/14/arts/music/14zaza.html »

14 Nov 2005

A Hummable Treat for All Ages

http://www.nysun.com/article/22973 »

14 Nov 2005

A Beautiful Singer, a Virtuoso Violinist & an Intrusive Train

http://www.nysun.com/article/22971 »

13 Nov 2005

Opera downsizes as Italy's divas go on hunger strike

http://www.guardian.co.uk/arts/news/story/0,11711,1641479,00.html »

13 Nov 2005

On the Move: Ana Maria Martinez

http://www.classicalsinger.com/magazine/article.php?id=1191 »

12 Nov 2005

Happy birthday to the wizard of Oz

http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,14932-1866272,00.html »

12 Nov 2005

A SERIOUS KIDS' OPERA

http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2005/11/13/PKGE6FI7L91.DTL&type=performance »

12 Nov 2005

The End of the Great Big American Voice

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/13/arts/music/13midg.html »

12 Nov 2005

Juliette Has Fun (Before She Dies, of Course)

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/13/arts/music/13gure.html »

11 Nov 2005

'Fidelio' holds you captive ... but not in a good way

http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2005/11/11/DDGD1FLR3Q1.DTL&type=performance »

11 Nov 2005

A Sure Thing, Though Not On the High B

http://www.nysun.com/article/22876 »

11 Nov 2005

A Gala With a Difference: Music as the Main Course

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/11/arts/music/11voig.html »

11 Nov 2005

Florida Grand Opera opens season with Puccini's torrid Old West love triangle

http://www.southflorida.com/events/sfl-mu10fanciullanov10,0,2723881.story?coll=sfe-events-headlines »

11 Nov 2005

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10 Nov 2005

Un Wagner élégant et sans boursouflures

http://www.lemonde.fr/web/article/0,1-0@2-3246,36-708440@51-627783,0.html »

10 Nov 2005

Andreas Scholl, Symphony Hall, Birmingham

http://enjoyment.independent.co.uk/music/reviews/article325866.ece »

10 Nov 2005

A Man Doing a Woman's Job

http://www.nysun.com/article/22849 »

09 Nov 2005

A Classical Star's Frequent Cancellations Raise Concern

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/09/arts/music/09hunt.html »

09 Nov 2005

Il diluvio universale, Theatre Royal, London

http://news.ft.com/cms/s/b6f4187a-50c7-11da-bbd7-0000779e2340.html »

08 Nov 2005

The dedicated art of opera recording

http://www.iht.com/articles/2005/11/07/news/sp-ope19-01.php »

08 Nov 2005

From the Opera Company, a 'Barber' to bravo

http://www.philly.com/mld/inquirer/news/magazine/daily/13108161.htm »

08 Nov 2005

Manon, Royal Opera House, London (Royal Ballet)

http://enjoyment.independent.co.uk/theatre/reviews/article325607.ece »

08 Nov 2005

Orfeo, Opera de Lille

http://news.ft.com/cms/s/3c803b5c-4ffd-11da-8b72-0000779e2340.html »

07 Nov 2005

Glossy triumph of empty style

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/arts/main.jhtml?xml=/arts/2005/11/07/bmbutterfly07.xml&sSheet=/arts/2005/11/07/ixartleft.html »

07 Nov 2005

Madam Butterfly at Coliseum, London

http://www.guardian.co.uk/arts/reviews/story/0,11712,1635732,00.html »

07 Nov 2005

Why Shouldn't Men Sing Romantic Drivel, Too?

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/06/arts/music/06gure.html »

07 Nov 2005

La Forza del Destino War Memorial, San Francisco

http://news.ft.com/cms/s/4f790524-4f33-11da-9947-0000779e2340.html »

07 Nov 2005

Madam Butterfly English National Opera London

http://news.ft.com/cms/s/19d06fb6-4f33-11da-9947-0000779e2340.html »

06 Nov 2005

Opernfreuden im Retourgang

http://derstandard.at/?id=2232857 »

05 Nov 2005

Vienna State Opera marks postwar reopening

http://www.mercurynews.com/mld/mercurynews/entertainment/gossip/13091623.htm?template=contentModules/printstory.jsp »

05 Nov 2005

Und täglich geht der Vorhang hoch ...

http://derstandard.at/?id=2231981 »

05 Nov 2005

Staatsoper: Wenn der Herr Direktor Würstel ausgibt

http://www.diepresse.com/Artikel.aspx?channel=k&ressort=kb&id=517898 »

05 Nov 2005

The Opera We Never Tire Of

http://www.nysun.com/article/22546 »

05 Nov 2005

A 'Figaro' From a World Unhinged

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/11/04/arts/music/04figa.html »

04 Nov 2005

Larger than life — Diminutive soprano Tracy Dahl must tap her inner diva to star in Boston Lyric Opera's 'Lucie de Lammermoor'

http://www.boston.com/ae/theater_arts/articles/2005/11/04/larger_than_life/ »

04 Nov 2005

Opera's exhilarating conducting puts a human face on world at war

http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2005/11/04/DDGPQFI5891.DTL »

04 Nov 2005

The diva who conquered America

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/arts/main.jhtml?xml=/arts/2005/11/03/bmdiva03.xml&sSheet=/arts/2005/11/04/ixtop.html »

04 Nov 2005

Royal/Lepper at Wigmore Hall, London

http://www.guardian.co.uk/arts/reviews/story/0,11712,1627136,00.html »

04 Nov 2005

Restless talent

http://news.ft.com/cms/s/9b3a6fd0-4c17-11da-997b-0000779e2340.html »