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A fresh, nonbinary take on Gluck’s opera eschews easy resolutions.
Brilliant Merolini were more than up to the rich challenges offered in the commissioned If I Were You.
Glass’s In the Penal Colony and Mozart’s La finta giardiniera comment on the human condition from different perspectives.
The busy soprano talks about her artistic evolution and her demanding lead role in West Edge Opera’s Breaking the Waves.
The young countertenor reveals growing artistic maturity throughout this recital with the American Bach Soloists.
The popular composer is frantically busy — just the way he likes it.
Handel’s oratorio Joseph and His Brethren gets some long-overdue love from Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra.
A Strauss rarity is the surprise standout in a concert studded with great performances.
Carlisle Floyd’s Appalachian-themed study of cultural hypocrisy and sexual violence is more timely than ever.