Charlise Tiee

Charlise Tiee is a writer and painter. She reviews performances of classical music and audience behavior at The Opera Tattler.

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Charlise Tiee - March 7, 2017

A gentle comic take on Cervantes’ famous novel, with a lovely score.

Charlise Tiee - October 17, 2016

The ambitious company’s production had lively acting and singing, but a few misfires in the orchestra pit.

Charlise Tiee - September 19, 2016

Superb performances animated this traditional staging of Donizetti’s classic.

Charlise Tiee - August 23, 2016

Music Director Robert Geary’s intimate knowledge of Verdi’s choral masterpiece anchored a strong, if flawed, performance.

Charlise Tiee - May 23, 2016

Excellent singing was at the fore of a genuinely funny operatic comedy from 1679.

Charlise Tiee - February 23, 2016

With several standout performances by the leads, West Bay Opera’s gamble on Russian opera pays handsome dividends.

Charlise Tiee - February 16, 2016

Opera San Jose’s Carmen, which opened on Feb. 13, works well for the opera neophyte.

Charlise Tiee - January 26, 2016

The young company makes the most of its strong cast in a compact, economical staging.

Charlise Tiee - November 16, 2015

The company’s latest production of Mozart’s classic opera misses the mark dramatically and emotionally.

Charlise Tiee - September 15, 2015

Despite some hiccups with staging and music, soprano Olga Chernisheva was riveting in the title role.