Rodney Punt

Rodney Punt writes music criticism for SFCV, Classical Voice North America, Huffington Post, and LA Opus, the latter of which he also publishes. He is a career arts management professional.

Articles By This Author

Rodney Punt - August 4, 2015

Santa Fe Opera has another successful launch of a new work thanks to the work of composer Jennifer Higdon and librettist Gene Scheer.

Rodney Punt - November 24, 2014

In many ways a trailblazer, Florencia en el Amazonas was the first Spanish-language opera to be commissioned by a major opera company north of the Rio Grande. Its prodigal return to the Chandler Pavilion was problematic.

Rodney Punt - October 5, 2014

Verdi’s masterpiece of misplaced intentions, A Masked Ball opens in a lavish, if dated, period production, last mounted here in 2006.

Rodney Punt - August 27, 2014

To celebrate St. Teresa as the 500th anniversary of her birth approaches, the Discalced Carmelite Family of the Western U.S. presented an impressive concert featuring Dolora Zajick.

Rodney Punt - July 28, 2014

The adventurous Santa Fe Opera has a hit on its hands with a new opera about the major figure in the Chinese Revolution.