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The opera’s composer, librettist, and director chat about the evolution of their fresh take on the Orpheus myth.
LBO’s King Arthur treads a fine line between 17th-century elegance and 21st-century political theater.
Pianist Robert Mollicone accompanies the mezzo in a program of “Spanish” music filtered through composers from France, Russia, Italy, and even Spain.
The Culture Clash cofounder talks about the premiere of King Arthur with Long Beach Opera.
The annual sampler of four new works is a boon to opera lovers, creators, and producers alike.
The mezzo-soprano, acclaimed for her Wagnerian roles, joins the LA Phil for Mahler’s Second Symphony in January.
A world premiere opera, site-specific dance, and music on the Metro are just part of what’s in store for the three-month festival.