Displaying all posts tagged with opera

Nicaragua: Luis Abraham Delgadillo, pt. 1

A brief introduction to one of Nicaragua’s famous composers. [Read more after the jump.]

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Side Effects Of Being A Castrato

Farinelli’s castration came with a price. [Read more after the jump.]

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“Handel for Harry Potter fans”

“Rinaldo” at Glyndebourne. [Read more after the jump.]

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BEMF 2011: The Cost of Baroque Opera

“Steffani’s ‘Niobe, Regina di Tebe’ cost about $1.2 million.” [Read more after the jump.]

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BEMF 2011: Boston Bruins Win, BEMF Bear Dances

Video: a character from the Boston Early Music Festival production of the opera “Niobe” celebrates the Bruins Stanley Cup victory. [Watch after the jump.]

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Vivaldi: Parody Is The Sincerest Form Of Flattery

Cecilia Bartoli has an admirer in Justin Kim. [Watch after the jump.]

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Concert Review Links: Chicago Opera Theater, Britten–Pears Baroque Orchestra, and Ryland Angel

Charpentier “Médée” (Chicago), J.S. Bach “St. John Passion” (Aldeburgh, England), and Vivaldi “Stabat Mater” (New York City). [Read more after the jump.]

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Lully “Atys” at the Brooklyn Academy of Music

William Christie returns with Les Arts Florissants. [Read more after the jump.]

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CD Review Links: Allegri Miserere and Lully Bellérophon

Performances by the Cardinall’s Musick (Hyperion) and Les Talens Lyriques (Aparte). [Read more after the jump.]

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Monteverdi “Discovery”

Writer Jessica Duchen announces the latest scholarly discovery about Claudio Monteverdi. [Read more after the jump.]

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