Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
Giuseppe Verdi’s unknown opera actually came to the States in 1976. Verdi had been dead for seventy five years, and Stiffelio had been neglected since 1850. 126 years later, Boston got it right!
The Putin government ‘s threats against homosexuals has led to protests aimed at the Metropolitan Opera.
Regina Resnik has died at the age of 91. Here’s an appreciation.
Saturday on Stage presents “Opera and more” Saturdays at 1:30 on Classical 101. Here’s the program for August.
A great artist from a time gone by is still with us on a significant birthday.
The world’s most prestigious competition for young singers gives its first prize to an American.
Come to the opera at the Upper Arlington Public Library Sundays this summer at 2 pm.
But if you’re and opera lover, then you want the art form to teem with new creative life forever. That’s what New Yorks’ InsightALT Festival is all about.
What would you prefer to hear in performance? Every note perfectly played or the excitement of an occasional mistake? What would you rather experience? A robotic performance or the blood of an artist on stage?
Doctors told soprano Charity Tillemann-Dick that her advanced pulmonary hypertension would kill her dream of becoming an opera singer – and might even kill her. She thought they were wrong. And today, she’s singing.