World of Opera

By Bruce Scott

Verdi goes to the movies, and takes on real life dilemmas

By Bruce Scott

Without Agrippina, Nero might never have fiddled while Rome burned

By Bruce Scott

A savvy "Italian girl" recues her own rescuers

By Bruce Scott

After coming late to opera, Vivaldi was a quick study

By Bruce Scott

There's symbolism to spare in Mozart's sublime comedy

By Bruce Scott

Before his "Marriage," Figaro headlines the perfect comedy

By Bruce Scott

"Thérèse" and "La Navaraisse" make for a passionate double bill

By Bruce Scott

When it comes to Gluck, reality parries an undeserved insult.

By Bruce Scott

A quick start to one of opera's great careers

By Bruce Scott

An overlooked story spawns a modern masterpiece

By Bruce Scott

A surprising comedy that's both elegant and disturbing

By Bruce Scott

When it comes to romance, no price is too high in Mozart's final opera

By Bruce Scott

Verdi demonstrates a unique talent for adapting Shakespeare

By Bruce Scott

A true gem from La Scala, celebrating Verdi's 200th

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