Opera Review - Albert Herring' is a great catch at the Strand
Virtue is not its own reward - at least, not in Benjamin Britten's "Albert Herring," where the title character receives 25 pounds for leading a chaste life.
Jacob's Pillow: Mark Morris Dance Group Musician in the form of a dancer
The recent dances Mark Morris has brought to Jacob's Pillow reveal that he has outgrown his early reputation as the "bad boy of modern dance," and become a very good boy indeed.
Dorchester Reporter, Dorchester MA
The Strand will host BOC's production of Britten's 'Albert Herring' July 24-27
Next week, Dorchester will be participating in the worldwide centenary celebrations of the British composer Benjamin Britten with four free performances of one of his comic operas at the Strand Theatre, thanks to the annual visit of the crowd-and critic-pleasing Boston Opera Collaborative .
Edge Chamber Choir set to make Ludlow debut
THE Edge Chamber Choir, described as a fusion of voices and the saxophone, is set to make its debut in Ludlow.
Los Angeles Times
Benjamin Britten triumphs in San Francisco
The title character of Benjamin Britten's first and best-known opera is a social outcast in a claustrophobic fishing village on the raw British coast.
A full program of instrumental Britten concludes the SFS centennial celebration
The focus of the final program in the Britten Centennial Celebration series of concerts by the San Francisco Symphony at Davies Symphony Hall, conducted by Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas , consisted entirely of Benjamin Britten's instrumental music.