Despite it's four-hour runtime, “Der Rosenkavalier” is accessible for opera buffs and casual audience members.
The Metropolitan Opera offers a thrilling production in Richard Strauss' “Die Frau ohne Schatten.”
Tacky sets and tasteless eroticism undermines the Metropolitan Opera's latest production of "Tosca."
"Two Boys," an opera by Nico Muhly, CC ’03, will keep you guessing, but it offers a disappointing conclusion.
BAM and the New York City Opera's production of "Anna Nicole" explores the glamour and tragedy of the late celebrity's life.
Operatic superstars offer a compelling take on Verdi with the Met's latest production.
"Venezia: From the Streets to the Palaces" doesn't need sub- or super-titles for the audience to appreciate the beauty and meaning of the performance.
The only theme more operatic than the atomic bomb’s effect on the lives of millions of people is the tragedy the atomic bomb caused in the lives of a few people.
Butler bibliographic assistant and part-time student by day, Theo van Joolen is a Cossack soldier at the Metropolitan Opera by night.
Though he notoriously falls from glory at the end of Act 5, tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow shall Macbeth live on, on stage and in film and, curiously enough, in opera. Giuseppe Verdi adapted three of the bard’s plays, Macbeth being the first, and they premiered in Florence in 1847.
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