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It shouldn't work. Not anymore. Not in the 21st century. That time-worn plot, the one-dimensional characters, the unabashed sentiment. But Florida Grand Opera's production of "La bohème" underscores how Puccini's masterpiece remains a moving, even...
Looking to put a child sex-abuse scandal behind it, the BBC has named a major figure from classical opera as its director general. Tony Hall has served as the chief executive of the Royal Opera House in London since 2001. His job at the BBC is expected to...
Tags: BBC, Olympic Games, Abusive Behavior, Jimmy Savile
The Candlelight Concert Society is tooting its own horn by commissioning a new piece of music to celebrate its 40th anniversary season. Paul Salerni's "Many Happy Returns" receives its world premiere performance by the Philadelphia Brass Quintet on...
It's getting cold out there, and what better way to keep warm than by cozying up for a flick at your local cinema? This season, there is no shortage of quality films to watch, whether you're looking for something escapist, such as Peter Jackson's...
The Second City’s collaboration with the Lyric Opera is returning to the Civic Opera House stage, this time with the audience in tow. Following up on Saturday’s sold-out, well-received performance of “The Second City Guide to the...
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The holidays are behind us, and it's time to turn our attention to what's shaping up as an exciting first quarter in the Hampton Roads arts arena. Several premieres are coming our way, and some major talent is dropping by. Here's a look at some upcoming...
- The Gravel Pit, Sucking on a Holiday Treat. An avowed tribute to the bubblegum pop of The Archies (who didn’t release their own Christmas album until just a few years ago), this mid-‘90s pop confection arrived as The Gravel Pit was...
Between 2004 and 2008, Los Angeles Opera was home to the most beautiful "Madame Butterfly" in America. But it was no doubt time to retire Robert Wilson's glowing, ascetic, stylized production, already 11 years old when it first arrived here from Paris and...
The words "opera" and "emotional" typically go together, but not in the way it will happen this weekend. The risk-taking Baltimore- and New York-based ensemble known as Rhymes With Opera, now in its sixth year, will premiere the complete version of...
Tags: Music, Human Interest, Philip Glass, Bjork, Entertainment
Zubin Mehta was not in exactly unfamiliar circumstances, either standing in front of the Los Angeles Philharmonic on Thursday night or in receiving honors. He first faced this orchestra more than half a century ago as a 24-year-old guest conductor. The...
Tags: Zev Yaroslavsky, Culture, Concerts, Music, Tom LaBonge
Michael Haneke's devastating "Amour" opens Friday in Chicago. And since its Cannes Film Festival premiere in May, this tale of a long-married man and woman in their 80s, tested by illness and the limits of their own compassion, has moved audiences in a...
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