World of Opera

by Bruce Scott
A captain doomed to wander the stomy seas forever is set free through the power of love.
by Bruce Scott
Dvorak's story of a bitter, family conflict, resolved by the power of music.
by Bruce Scott
Verdi's third blockbuster tells the tale of the bad girl who makes sacrifices for love.
by Bruce Scott
Placido Domingo takes on his 126th role: as Bajazet in Handel's taut drama Tamerlano.
by Bruce Scott
Mozart's dark comedy features music of limitless genius, and a drama that lives up to the score.
by Bruce Scott
Puccini's genius: making an indelible opera out of ordinary people's stories.
by Bruce Scott
Wagner's lonely wanderer anticipates a generation of Westerns — in a vivid, dramatic and compellingly told story.
by Bruce Scott
Brooklyn verismo, courtesy of American composer William Bolcom: the trials of Italian immigrants — some of them illegal — in 1950s Red Hook.
by Bruce Scott
The tragedies of Verdi's own life spurred some of his most extraordinary work, including this tale of a daughter inadvertently destroyed by her father's anger and bitterness.
by Bruce Scott
Renee Fleming leads the cast as opera's most poisonous mother.
by Bruce Scott
A gruesome tale of one very dysfunctional family, courtesy of Richard Strauss' intense one-act opera.
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