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Concert Review: Totalitarian Eclipse Heart Paperblog Pick in Theatre & Opera

Concert Review: A Totalitarian Eclipse of the Heart

Jakob Hrůša leads the Cleveland Orchestra behind the Iron Curtain. by Paul J. Pelkonen Conductor Jakob Hrůša in action.Photo by Andreas Herszau from the artist'... Read more

Metropolitan Opera Preview: Samson Dalila Paperblog Pick in Theatre & Opera

Metropolitan Opera Preview: Samson Et Dalila

The Met opens its 2018 season with Saint-Saëns' Old Testament thumper. by Paul J. Pelkonen Mr. DeMille, they're ready for their closeup: Roberto Alagna (left) andElina Garança wig... Read more

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  • Metropolitan Opera Preview: The Magic Flute

    Metropolitan Opera Preview: Magic Flute

    The Met brings back its sturdy Flute for another toot. by Paul J. Pelkonen Bald soprano: Kathryn Lewek tears up as the Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute.... Read more

    The 12 December 2018 by   Superconductor
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  • Opera Review: Oi! Oi! Oi! Oedipus!

    Opera Review: Oedipus!

    BAM NextWave goes Greek by Paul J. Pelkonen Up the gunners: The cast of Greek at BAM.Photo © Brooklyn Academy of Music and Royal Scottish Opera. Read more

    The 11 December 2018 by   Superconductor
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  • Concert Review: A Journey Into Mystery

    Concert Review: Journey Into Mystery

    Matthias Goerne at the New York Philharmonic. by Paul J. Pelkonen Baritone Matthias Goerne joined the New York Philharmonic for a set of Schubert and Strauss... Read more

    The 10 December 2018 by   Superconductor
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  • Concert Review: Salvation on Fifth Avenue

    Concert Review: Salvation Fifth Avenue

    The St. Thomas Men and Boys Choir presents Handel's Messiah. by Paul J. Pelkonen The St. Thomas Chois of Men and Boys, earlier this season performing Israel in... Read more

    The 08 December 2018 by   Superconductor
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  • Opera Review: Never Send Flowers

    Opera Review: Never Send Flowers

    The Met uncorks its new La Traviata. by Paul J. Pelkonen Soprano Diana Damrau and her four-legged friend in the new Metropolitan Opera production of La Traviata... Read more

    The 05 December 2018 by   Superconductor
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  • ‘Death’ Becomes the Penn Square Music Festival

    ‘Death’ Becomes Penn Square Music Festival

    Operatoonity.com review: Death by Puccini, presented by the Penn Square Music Festival Live performance: Sunday, November 4, 3:00 p.m. Read more

    The 02 December 2018 by   Galegirl
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  • Concert Review: Waking Up From History

    Concert Review: Waking From History

    Jaap van Zweden leads the Leningrad Symphony. by Paul J. Pelkonen City fire marshal Dmitri Shostakovich, Leningrad 1942.Photographed by a Russian news agency... Read more

    The 02 December 2018 by   Superconductor
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