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The music shines through in this bare-bones production of a lesser-known Glass opera.
Glass’s second-most-improbable opera will be seen in the famous staging that cemented the show in the international repertory.
The potent singing combination of Carmen Giannattasio and Brian Jagde distinguish this production.
A boldly directed vision of Richard Strauss’s biggest hit reframes the opera.
A librettist-producer’s tale of what it takes to get through all the difficulties of bringing a new opera to the stage.
Shawn Kirchner’s Songs of Ascent provides a powerful contrast with the Mozart Requiem.
The absurd wealth of the Parisian music scene is only hinted at with a pair of recitals by two of the best male vocalists in the world.
L.A. Opera’s Don Carlo proves that Plácido Domingo is forever young.