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Garsington Opera a " First Night Reviews
Maometto II by Rossini - Monday, June 10 JUST off the M40 in Buckinghamshire, the Wormsley Estate, home to Garsington Opera, looked lush and magnificent on a somewhat dull summer evening.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Wed Jun 12, 2013
The Greater Princeton Youth Orchestra Closes Their Season With Neapolitan Flair
The Greater Princeton Youth Orchestra finished the 2012-13 season by showcasing two of the ensembles of the orchestra's expansive program as well as a guest vocal soloist and a winner of the GPYO-sponsored concerto competition, all part of the opening concert of this year's Princeton Festival.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
The Daily Republic
Gioacchino Rossini, an Italian opera composer who died in 1868, said, "One cannot judge 'Lohengrin' from a first hearing, and I certainly do not intend to hear it a second time."
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Frederica von Stade: "Salzburg Recital"
Songs by Canteloube, Copland, FaurA©, Ives, Mahler, Pasatieri, Poulenc, SchA nberg, R. Strauss; Katz, piano.
Maometto Secondo - review
Premiered in Naples in 1820, Rossini 's opera about the siege of Negroponte by the Turkish sultan Mehmet II soon disappeared from the stage, to be replaced by the composer's own more successful French revision of the piece as Le SiA ge de Corinthe.
A Metropolitan Summer
Aria aficionados are in for a treat this summer with screenings of some of the greatest operas of all time at Jersey Opera House.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
What's on this week in South Bucks
Experience The Chilterns Nine guided walks over the three days led by expert guides.
Ozarks' Spyres wows London critics
Opera singer Michael Spyres, from Mansfield, had an unexpected early debut as Rodrigo in Rossini's "La donna del lago" at the Royal Opera House in London, alongside Joyce diDonato and Juan Diego Florez.
Met encores on screen for Summer
Starting Sunday, June 23, the Met's Summer HD Encore performances from the groundbreaking Live in HD series will be shown at Palace Cineplex, Odeon Cineplex and Palace Multiplex on Sundays only at 11:30 a.m. The shows run until August 11. Each opera will play only once and there will be no live performances, nor showings at Carib 5. The encores are ... (more)
Fri May 31, 2013
New Jersey Herald
Youth Orchestras set spring concert
The Sussex County Youth Orchestras invite the community to their annual spring concert to be held Sunday at 3 p.m., at Sparta High School's Performing Arts Auditorium.
Wed May 29, 2013
Music director Christopher Mokrzewski and co. set Figaroa s Wedding in a one-time department store.
FIGARO'S WEDDING by Mozart, adapted and directed by Joel Ivany, musical direction by Christopher Mokrzewski, with Stephen Hegedus, Miriam Khalil, Teiya Kasahara, Lisa DiMaria and Alexander Dobson.
Times of Oman
ROHM brings more operas, big names next season
Muscat: The Royal Opera House Muscat announced a diverse season filled with more big names in music and dance as well as some returning favourites.
Tue May 28, 2013
Facebook Can't Fix Papa John's Butt-Dialing Snafu
Two pizza delivery employees at Papa John's learned you never know when you'll accidentally dial a customer--and leave a racist voicemail that gets you fired.
The Orlando Sentinel
Orlando Philharmonic gala will showcase Full Sail high-tech wizardry
The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra once again joins forces with Full Sail University to present the second "Symphony in HD: Live at Full Sail University," a high-tech concert gala that benefits the orchestra.
Fri May 24, 2013
The Billings Outpost
Nagel looking forward to life after Rimrock Opera
"Oh my God! I've done the opera for 14 seasons!" said Doug Nagel, commenting on his decision to leave the Rimrock Opera.
Thu May 23, 2013
Soulpeppera s Barber gets the laughs and also draws a little revolutionary blood
THE BARBER OF SEVILLE by Michael O'Brien and John Millard, adapted from Beaumarchais and Rossini .
Wed May 22, 2013
La donna del lago, Royal Opera House, London
In Sir Walter Scott's The Lady of the Lake , the heroine is introduced as "a monument of Grecian arta <.a <.a <.a < the guardian Naiad of the strand" - an un-clichA©d portrait of Scottish beauty.
Tue May 21, 2013
The Myths of Scottish Culture Explored Through Italian Opera
In the early 19th century, Sir Walter Scott promoted Scotland to the world, in what has arguably led to an enduring myth of what it means for the Scots to be culturally distinct from England.
Mon May 20, 2013
BWW Reviews: Soulpepper Stages Hilarious Barber of Seville
The Barber of Seville , the fourth show of Soulpepper's 2013 season, opened this past Thursday at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts.