Romantic opera

Lady Gaga steals the show in exaggerated Italian soap opera “Casa Gucci” – Designer Women

After revolutionizing the music scene, Lady Gaga decided to bet her chips on another sphere of entertainment and migrated to comedy. Winning a Golden Globe for her acclaimed performance in “American Horror Story: Hotel” and an Oscar nomination for her flawless work on the musical novel “A Star Is Born”, …

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Teddy Tahu Rhodes and Guy Noble (State Opera South Australia)

Bass-baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes is one of Australia’s most beloved singers, whose repertoire spans opera, musical theater, folk song and even pop. A man with the common touch, his popularity has remained intact, attracting a larger and more loyal fan base than perhaps any other classically trained singer in Australia. …

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Heather McMahan to Tour Lexington Opera House

Opera House on January 14.” title=”Stand-up comedian Heather McMahan is touring the Lexington Opera House on January 14.” loading=”lazy”/> Stand-up comedian Heather McMahan is touring the Lexington Opera House on January 14. Submitted photo Stand-up comedian, actress and “high-level burning mess” Heather McMahan will bring her farewell tour (billed as …

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Emily Mwila: The Kiwi songbird singing at the Metropolitan Opera in New York

As she weaves her way through the labyrinth of backstage corridors at New York’s Metropolitan Opera, Emily Mwila contemplates her surroundings: those huge portraits of Pavarotti, of Callas – the big names with the big voices she has listened to over the years. “It’s like, wow! I’m really here, ”she …

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Season 2 has a soap opera flair

Michael Rainey Jr. as Tariq St. Patrick in Power Book II: GhostPhoto: Starz Seven years ago, viewers discovered Tariq St. Patrick (Michael Rainey Jr.), the 12-year-old son of drug lord James “Ghost” St. Patrick and his wife Tasha St. Patrick. , in Power. Throughout the six seasons of the series …

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Yellowstone Could Be the Perfect Political Soap for Our Divided Era | Opinion

By Fletcher McClellan and Andrew Furman Last week the modern western series Yellowstone kicked off its fourth season on the Paramount Network with a bang. The first of two episodes drew more than eight million viewers, the largest audience for a scripted cable series since 2018. Yellowstone is the co-creation …

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Review of ‘Florencia en el Amazonas’: the Spanish-language opera arrives at the Lyric Opera on a grand scale

The lush, vibrant and intensely green jungle, saturated with sunlight, is the first thing that strikes you when you take a seat at the Lyric Opera in Chicago. The spectacle is dense and glorious – then vaguely disturbing – as one becomes aware of the mysterious twinkles behind the leaves. …

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The opera workshop ‘Love and laughter’ takes the stage

Colton Duncon performs “HmHmHm” by Mozart. 15 students performed hilarious, heartfelt and powerful songs in their first opera workshop in two years. The student singers performed famous comic-romantic scenes from several popular operas last weekend in the “Love and Laughter” opera workshop at Plaster Auditorium. They performed scenes from famous …

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Giselle at the Royal Opera House – rich and exultant

Balletomaniacs are not like normal people (the clue is in the name). Where theatergoers relish the prospect of a new work, the ballet crowd loves a story they can hum. Die-hard fans won’t hesitate to see a work they already know backwards three or four times in a season, either …

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Couch Opera presents Vienna in Hollywood and Broadway at Camelot Theater

Jewish artists fleeing Nazi persecution into the Golden Age of American musicals inspired by From Vienna to Hollywood and Broadway, an operetta, film and stage composition pastiche by writer-director Gregory Yurisich performing at the Camelot Theater in Mosman Park. Think, Cabaret 2: The Aftermath. It’s a good fit for Couch …

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Manitoba Opera rings for season opener

Hi! Hi! Nearly two years of pandemic silence since its last fully staged production in November 2019, Manitoba Opera has decided to return to the show Friday night on a ringtone and a prayer, featuring two intimate chamber operas inspired by the humble phone. . The company, now 49, is …

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Wiener Staatsoper & Osterfestspiele Salzburg announce co-production of “Lohengrin”

(Credits: ORF / Lalo Jodlbauer) The Wiener Staatsoper and the Osterfestspiele Salzburg have announced their cooperation on a new production of “Lohengrin” by Wagner. In a joint press release, the two companies noted that a new production of Wagner’s romantic opera would be presented at the Wiener Staatsoper in the …

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Opera Theater presents “Speed ​​Dating Tonight! November 4 and 5

The Opera Theater of the Department of Music performs the 2013 romcom opera by Michael Ching, “Speed ​​Dating Tonight!” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday, November 4 and 5, at the Jim and Joyce Faulkner Performing Arts Center. In this one-act comedy opera, several young adults participate in a speed …

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LA Opera presents the holiday production of CINDERELLA by Rossini

Just in time for the holidays, LA Opera presents Gioachino Rossini’s fairytale romance Cinderella (La Cenerentola) from November 20 to December 12 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. This delightfully entertaining take on the ultimate wealth to riches story finds our brave heroine (no damsel in distress here) seizing the opportunity …

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Impressive cast breathes new life into FM Opera’s “Don Giovanni”

Take “Don Giovanni”, for example. The work of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart seems to be a classic since its first performance in 1787 and remains one of the most famous operas of all time thanks to its playful and dramatic music. But has the time come for classical work? In today’s …

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Manitoba Opera’s 2021-22 season is just around the corner

WINNIPEG – In less than a week, the Manitoba Opera will have seats filled at the Centennial Concert Hall to open its 2021-22 season. Two operas in one act are presented on November 5 and 6: The phone and Human voice next Friday and Saturday (enter to win tickets). The …

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Soap spoilers for Monday, November 1, 2021

There will be no dull moments this week on The young and the restless, Days of our lives, General hospital and Love glory and beauty! Check out what will happen with our spoilers for November 1, 2021: Want soap spoilers delivered to your inbox every week? Sign up for the …

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Little Women, the Broadway Musical by Opera Nuova – Edmonton

October 29-31, 2021 Evenings, mornings and live performances are available. For more information, visit http://www.operanuova.ca Opera Nuova is back! We are excited to present Little Women, the Broadway musical that has taken the world by storm with thousands of productions since it opened on Broadway in 2005. This musical is …

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Amsterdam New Opera House review 2021-22: I Vespri Siciliani

On Friday October 22, 2021, for the first time since 2004, Verdi’s “I Vespri Siciliani” returned to New York with the New Amsterdam Opera concert of this lesser-known work by Verdi from the grand French opera at the historic Presbyterian Church of West Park. on the Upper West Side of …

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Quick take with Annika Noelle

What was your first reaction when you heard that Deacon was coming back? “I was really excited because I know by the way over the years, both Sean [Kanan, Deacon] and I was asked, “Will Deacon ever come back?” “Does Hope want to see her father?” We’ve both expressed our …

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THE MUSICAL arrives at Citizens Bank Opera House January 2022

PRETTY WOMAN: THE MUSICAL, based on one of Hollywood’s most beloved romantic stories of all time, is now on tour and coming to Citizens Bank Opera House January 18-30, 2022 as part of the season Lexus Broadway in Boston. Starring Broadway superstar and Tony Award nominee Adam Pascal as Edward …

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Oswego Opera Theater presents HMS Pinafore | Arts and entertainment

OSWEGO – Oswego Opera Theater presents “HMS Pinafore or, The Girl Who Loved a Sailor” on November 6-7 at the Waterman Theater on the SUNY Oswego Campus. Due to the pandemic, the company has not been able to offer a live show all over the past year. The group however …

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The Phantom of the Opera, Broadway’s longest-running musical, resumes performances | Broadway Buzz

Meghan Picerno and Ben Crawford in “The Phantom of the Opera” (Photo: Matthieu Murphy) Let your fantasies unfold because The Phantom of the Opera is officially back on Broadway. The longtime musical resumes performances at the Majestic Theater on October 22, marking its first show since the theater closed in …

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Glyndebourne opera will return to Milton Keynes next month

World-renowned opera company Glyndebourne will present a trio of musical delights at the Milton Keynes Theater in November. The Glyndebourne Tour brings extraordinary opera productions to just four venues across the UK, and Milton Keynes is one of them. Affordable and not as formal as its summer festival, the Glyndebourne …

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From the page to the stage of the opera: Self-destruction in “Death in Venice” by Thomas Mann and Benjamin Britten

“Page to Opera Stage” examines stories – real or fictional, old and new – that have inspired operas, and how these stories have been edited and dramatized to fit a new medium. In this episode, Thomas Mann’s “Death in Venice” was the inspiration for a very different opera. It is …

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MLW Roundup: Enzo Amore tease, War Chamber teams, Opera Cup, more!

The world of MLW never sleeps. Let’s go back to all the news from last week. Episode 4 of Fusion: ALPHA was full of juicy nuggets. The in-ring action saw Calvin Tankman v Lee Moriarty in power versus speed, Delmi Exo versus Brittany Blake in the women’s featherweight division, and …

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Mercer University Opera presents Dido and Aeneas

MACON – Mercer University Opera to present Henry Purcell’s opera Dido and Aeneas to 21-23 Oct at 7:30 p.m. and October 24 at 3 p.m. The show takes place in the environment of ancient Greece. Queen Dido of Carthage offers her hospitality to Prince Aeneas and his soldiers, who escaped …

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The Paris Opera Ballet puts on Stendhal’s Le Rouge et le Noir

Costly and risky: Three-act ballets are a risky investment for dance companies. The Paris Opera Ballet spared no expense to ensure that its first newcomer in 13 years, that of Pierre Lacotte The Red and the Black, based on Stendhal’s novel of the same name, would be spectacular to say …

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Greek revolutionary hero comes to life at the opera Markos Botsaris | culture & arts, culture

ATHENS – Resurrections are sacred events, whether or not of an explicitly religious character. The first international performance of the opera “Markos Botsaris” at the Veakeio Municipal Theater in Piraeus on October 7 brought to life both the musical work of art itself and the hero of the Greek revolution …

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Upcoming Musical Events in Williamsport: Opera Night and Return of the Williamsport Symphony Orchestra | Music

Williamsport-October 26 will host two exciting events for music lovers. The Three Tenors Concert announced by the Williamsport Music Club and the opening performance of the Williamsport Symphony Orchestra. The Three Tenors give an opera night at Faxon at 7:00 p.m.-Kenmore United Methodist Church, 1301 Clayton Avenue. Ryan Workman, who …

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Queens is a very entertaining hip-hop soap opera – Reason.com

Queens. ABC. Tuesday October 19, 10 p.m. TV scriptwriters’ rooms can get a little crazy. A sexual harassment lawsuit a few years ago revealed that the writers of Friends spent a considerable amount of time crafting a story arc in which the adorable muffin Joey was revealed to be a …

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Things to do in LA: Dudamel and the LA Phil, opera, dancing

Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil, a pair of performances from the Philadelphia dance company BalletX and a new staging of the hit musical “Mamma Mia!” lead our list of offers this weekend. Before you go, don’t forget to call or check online for booking conditions and other COVID-19 protocols. …

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State Opera South Australia announces 2022 Opera on the Beach

State Opera South Australia has announced a new one-night-only production of Puccini Bohemian to be performed at Glenelg Beach in Adelaide on March 26, 2022. The new event follows the success of the 2019 outdoor production Carmen in the square. Soprano Desiree Frahn on Glenelg Beach. Photo provided. The new …

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Utah Arts Review »Blog Archive» The Utah Opera returns with a zany and colorful staging of Rossini’s “Barber”

The Utah Opera production of Rossini’s “Barber of Seville” runs until October 17. Photo: Dana Sohm A Woman on Stilts and a Dream Ballet featuring human-sized chickens are just two of the wacky surprises that greeted audiences at Utah Opera on Saturday night for its season-opener Rossini production. The Barber …

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Hercules: 5 things you didn’t know about the Turkish soap opera

One of the most watched Turkish series “Hercules», The story of love and revenge thrills the audience through the chapters. The show first aired on March 15, 2019, after which it captivated audiences with its intense storytelling. Ryan and Meeran, A couple must fight against everything and everyone must be …

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Soap Opera News and spoilers for the week of October 11, 2021

Plus, catch up on a beloved day! Do not miss a piece of all the latest news for The daring and the beautiful, Days of our lives, General Hospital, and The young and the restless gathered in one convenient place. During our recent conversation with Scott Clifton (Liam), he shared …

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The day – How is Goodspeed’s first performance at the Opera since the start of the pandemic?

There we were, nestled in the ornate auditorium of the Goodspeed Opera House, as talented actors sang catchy and melodious tunes on stage. It had been a while. For 21 months, the East Haddam Theater was closed to the public due to COVID. If my Wednesday visit was any indication, …

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The State Opera brings La Bohème to the beach

The one-night-only performance, announced today, will be directed by company artistic director Stuart Maunder, with an all-Australian cast including soprano Cathy-Di Zhang and tenor Rosario La Spina as Young Lovers. unhappy Mimi and Rodolfo. . “They fall head over heels in love, blind to any possibility that there may be …

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“I thought it would be a great job to do”

1967-73 BRIAN DICKIEFirst visit to the 1962 festival. Last visits 2019 The biggest attraction?Being able to do my own thing. I had five years of experience at Glyndebourne. But using all of those relationships, with colleagues, agents and deploying people my way, it was extremely appealing. I have held three …

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Barn Opera’s ‘La traviata’: a champagne evening for everyone | Vermont Arts

Editor’s note: Tenor Christopher Plaas, who was scheduled to sing Alfredo Germont, has stepped down citing concerns about COVID. He will be replaced by Joshua Collier. When Brandon’s Barn Opera House opens “officially” next weekend, it will be with one of the repertoire’s most beloved gems, “La traviata” by Giuseppe …

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Bordeaux National Opera 2021-22 Review: Robert the Devil

(Credit: Pierre Planchenaul) “Robert le Diable” premiered at the Paris Opera in 1831. The play’s immediate success led its composer, Giacomo Meyerbeer, to sudden international fame. This opera set the standard for French grand opera, with the story split into five acts, ballet numbers, grand pompous choir scenes, and the …

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Soap spoilers for Tuesday, October 12, 2021

There will be no dull moments this week on The young and the restless, Days of our lives, General hospital and Love glory and beauty! Check out what will happen with our spoilers for October 12, 2021: Want soap spoilers delivered to your inbox every week? Sign up for the …

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Wellington Opera to help reopen St James Theater with La Traviata

Wellington Opera House will help reopen the capital’s under construction St James Theater next year for a big start to La Traviata, the Italian opera by Giuseppe Verdi. La Traviata will take place from July 9 at the Courtenay Place site, which in 2015 was prone to earthquakes and has …

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Opera Theater to present a double-program production of “Always / Sāvitri”

The Opera Theater will present “Always / Sāvitri” as its first live performance since the start of the pandemic and its very first performance of a work by a black composer. Rachel Shin 01:46 am, 08 October 2021 Contributing journalist Courtesy of Jacqueline Kaskel The Opera Theater of Yale College, …

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Opera Idaho opens with ‘The Merry Widow’ this weekend – The Arbiter

The Opera Idaho season kicks off with “The Merry Widow,” a romantic comedy full of music and memorable performances, October 8-9 at 7:30 pm. The story centers on Hanna, the titular “Merry Widow”, as she navigates a new romance with the charming Danilo. As the Opera Idaho website says, “Their …

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Interview: Australian actress Danielle Macdonald on becoming an opera fan for falling in love with Figaro, working with a legend and living her dream

At the start of the last decade, actress Danielle Macdonald, 30, packed her bags and left her native Australia for Los Angeles in hopes of finding an acting job she couldn’t find below. . She had a one-shot on “Glee”, was cast in the eco-terrorist drama starring Brit Marling Ballast, …

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Tommy Castro: A bluesman comes to town with a blues opera for the ages | East Bay Express

Tommy Castro has been a dynamic presence on the San Francisco blues scene since his first appearance in the 1980s. He has just released a new album, A bluesman came to town, and this is one of his best. He recorded the record in Nashville, with producer Tom Hambridge, using …

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Opera Australia announces Melbourne’s 2022 season

In a second Australian premiere, Boito’s only complete opera Mefistofele will be presented in concert with one of the world’s most sought-after basses, Ferruccio Furlanetto, singing the title role. American soprano Leah Crocetto returns to Melbourne, after wowing audiences at Aida earlier this year, as Margherita, alongside Australian soprano Natalie …

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Romantic opera still speaks so loudly to us today

ONE of the most romantic of all operas, this production of Bohemian came to Kenton courtesy of Opera Holloway. This traveling company of young singers was formed to promote opera and the careers of young artists and to present shows accessible to the public, especially to new audiences. The story …

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Review of “The Dawn of the Romantic Opera”: subtle and playful performances

Purchase, New York After 20 years of exploring bel canto operas in Caramoor, conductor Will Crutchfield embarked on a new adventure, Teatro Nuovo, a summer training program for singers at Purchase College. Its first Bel Canto festival, nicknamed “The Dawn of the Romantic Opera”, opened last weekend with two semi-scenic …

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NCPA stages Wagner’s romantic opera – CCTV News

Wilhem Richard Wagner is not only one of the few composers who built his own theater during his lifetime, he also claims an epic repertoire to keep the curtain up. Yet it is his romantic operas that really put him in the spotlight. Julian Waghann attends the premiere of “Tannhauser” …

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Soprano finds his full voice in the voluptuous romantic French opera

Gheorghiu opened the drama further in its second installment, but not before the orchestra, led by Tiberiu Soare, played the intermezzo with some finely expressive cello and viola solos from Act II of “The other Manon“(by Puccini: as he says, a woman like Manon can have more than one lover). …

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Carl Maria von Weber’s German romantic opera Der Freischutz (The Marksman) returns to Melbourne

Chundy says, “We took inspiration from films such as Nosferatu and Metropolis, and painters such as van Gogh and Munch, who have given us creative ways to portray horror – the oozes and drips of paint, heavy lighting and shadow, color and gray. “ The magical scenes are in garish …

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Massenet’s tragic romantic opera ‘Werther’ arrives at the Met: Live in HD

Associated media Jonas Kaufmann (left) plays the title role in Massenet’s “Werther”, alongside Sophie Koch as Charlotte. The opera will screen at the Met: Live in HD on March 15. Massenet’s fascinating tragedy “Werther” will be screened at the Roxy Theater in Potsdam on March 15, with a encore screening …

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Not Just a Romantic Opera – The Denver Post

It is hardly surprising that Giacomo Puccini’s creation, “La Bohème,” from 1896, consistently ranks among the most popular operas of all time. It features a classic love story, picturesque Parisian settings and a dramatic end of death by consumption. Even before it opened on Saturday night, the latest production of …

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Beloved “Boheme”: Puccini’s Romantic Opera has something for everyone

Brent Wojahn, OregonianSoprano Alyson Cambridge lights up the second act of “La Bohème” as the tumultuous Musetta. that of Puccini perhaps the most beloved work of all opera. Its romantic story of starving artists and Parisian courtesans falling in love and facing poverty makes audiences’ hearts beat faster. His great …

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