World of Opera

By Bruce Scott

A psychosexual thriller that turned the operatic world on its head

By Bruce Scott

Rameau's operas once provoked angry threats of retribution

By Bruce Scott

In 'Otello,' Verdi displays his unique affinity for Shakespeare

By Bruce Scott

By far, the greatest success of Catalani's career.

By Bruce Scott

Wagner's concise drama gets his immense Ring off to a flying start.

By Bruce Scott

Venetian intrigue takes a starring role in a rare gem by Donizetti.

By Bruce Scott

Lush and enigmatic, 'The Woman with No Shadow' may be Strauss's most beautiful opera.

By Bruce Scott

Lust triumphs over loyalty, in Monteverdi's sensuous final opera

By Bruce Scott

Agostino Steffani bridges the Baroque gap

By Bruce Scott

An ideal situation turns tragic, in Rossini's early masterpiece

By Bruce Scott

By popular acclaim, a chorus becomes an anthem

By Bruce Scott

Gounod's opera features a visitor lacking in subtlety, yet devilishly effective

By Bruce Scott

Casual cruelty comes full circle in a grim psycho-drama

By Bruce Scott

Verdi finds intrigue, love and tragedy in a fiery drama by Schiller

By Bruce Scott

It's romance at any price in Mozart's final opera

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