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Fleming Fails to Falter: The Gala Premier of the Metropolitan Opera’s...

Günther Groissböck legitimizes the role of Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau with his full resonant bass complete with clear trumpet like high notes. His comedic...

Fermenting Fabiano: A Young Tenor Triumphs in the Metropolitan Opera’s Traviata!

If I had to come up with an analogy to help introduce Michael Fabiano to my friends at Opera World, I might say that he...

Tragedy Strikes: The Metropolitan Opera’s Opening of Werther

Aptly titled The Death of Werther, Act IV is set in the title character’s small, dingy room. Charlotte’s continued dismissal of her feelings drove...

Opening Night at the Metropolitan Opera: Striptease or Salome?!

Richard Strauss is known for some of the most beautiful melodies in music. The Presentation of the Rose from Der Rosenkavalier, his Horn concerto,...

Roméo and Juliette ring in the New Year at the Metropolitan...

As impressive as the two leads were, this was far from a two person show. Casting throughout the supporting roles was very strong. Diego...

Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions Grand Finals

Sunday, March 13th, 2016 – Patrons gathered by the masses at Lincoln Center’s Metropolitan Opera House to get a glimpse of the nine singers...

Review: Leading Ladies Shine in the Metropolitan Opera's Don Giovanni

Don Giovanni may be the most infamous character on the operatic stage. Women - married or otherwise - seem to melt in his presence...

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