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Editor's note: The contact information in this story has been updated since it first appeared in the Saturday edition on June 23, 2012. Up North Vocal Institute is also part of Crooked Tree Arts Center in Petoskey, which is the contact. The story has been...
Naama Zahavi-Ely teaches religious and classical studies at the College of William and Mary, but her passion is opera. This month, she's bringing her dreams to the stage by producing a performance of Donizetti's "The Elixir of Love" at 8 p.m. Friday,...
In 2010, the English National Opera in London generated some debate over its modern staging of Mozart's "Don Giovanni" that featured a couple of scenes of sexual assault, including one of a gang rape of a woman. This season, the company is once again...
As a young girl visiting her grandmother’s cabin on the Delaware River in the 1960s, Elizabeth Clarke-Shaw fashioned necklaces from acorns, crafted fairy gardens on old aluminum pie plates, and collected rocks in the time-honored tradition of...
Lang Lang isn't a pianist to suit all tastes. I suppose no musician is, but in any case, there were a few times when he didn't suit mine last week. The 30-year-old Chinese virtuoso made a single stop in Costa Mesa on Sept. 27. He played with the Pacific...
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Hartford CourantInternational classical musical vocalist and gospel singer Jubilant Sykes will star in the world premiere of Daniel Beaty's "Breath and Imagination: The Story of Roland Hayes." The classically trained baritone performed opera, jazz and spirituals...
Claire Chase learned she was one of the recipients of this year's MacArthur Awards last week during a sound check for a solo performance that the 34-year-old flutist gave in Guangzhou, China. “I was completely stunned,” Chase, co-founder...
Tags: Arts, Music Industry, Fine Artists, Arts and Culture, Music
Vocal crisis behind her, Christine Goerke takes on the murderous (in all senses) role of Elektra at LyricChristine Goerke is flying high in the opera world, but not so long ago a catastrophic vocal crisis threatened to send the world she knew crashing down around her. The celebrated American dramatic soprano, who will make her Lyric Opera of Chicago debut...
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Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterCALEXICO — The deadline to try out for the inaugural Calexico’s Talent Extravaganza fundraiser talent show is rapidly approaching, and local singers, dancers, magic acts and all kinds of performers are getting excited. Calexico resident...
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Annapolis Opera's fully staged production of Charles Gounod's "Romeo and Juliet" at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts last weekend proved a triumph to close the season. My only complaint when I attended Friday evening was the number of empty seats....
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Placido Domingo is taking time out of his operatic schedule this week to appear on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars." But fans hoping to see the tenor demonstrate some fancy footwork will be disappointed. Domingo is only expected to sing on the live telecast...
The Lyric Opera of Chicago's season opens Saturday with "Elektra" and will close in April with "A Streetcar Named Desire." Here are excerpts from the "Lyric 2012-13 Season Companion" about translating the Tennessee Williams play into an opera. A...
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