World of Opera

By Bruce Scott

A masterpiece that blurs lines, and shatters barriers.

By Bruce Scott

A 'bel canto' classic boasting one of opera's most challenging roles

By Bruce Scott

A seemingly charmed life turns tragic, in Rossini's early masterpiece

By Bruce Scott

Giordano's masterpiece is a fervent portrayal of unsettled times

By Bruce Scott

Expect the unexpected from Bellini's mysterious 'Stranger'

By Bruce Scott

A steamy drama skips town to escape finicky censors

By Bruce Scott

One of literature's all-time greats is a rarity at the opera

By Bruce Scott

A fiery moment from history becomes an epic opera

By Bruce Scott

Bizet's 'other' opera: overshadowed, yet often overwhelming

By Bruce Scott

Strauss and Hofmannsthal create a masterful, musical mashup

By Bruce Scott

Massenet's final opera takes on one of history's great romances

By Bruce Scott

'Aureliano' topped off a prodigious year for the young Rossini

By Bruce Scott

Here, then Nowhere: 'The Maid of Orleans'

By Bruce Scott

Verdi makes the best of an operatic second chance

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