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Review: Santa Fe Opera returns to its Straussian roots with a...

When the late John Crosby created an opera house in the middle of the New Mexican desert, just north of Santa Fe, one of...
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Robert Lepage’s techno-heavy The Magic Flute at Festival d’Opéra de...

The blockbuster show at this summer’s Festival d’Opéra de Québec is Robert Lepage’s new production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute (seen Aug. 2). It...

Preview: Ode to the operetta—where do things stand for light opera...

Enjoy a snippet from writer Catherine Kustanczy’s feature in our upcoming issue exploring  ‘light opera’ and where things stand at home for the unjustly...
Dominique Labelle (Atalanta) in Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra/s Atalanta. Photo: Dorothea Heise

The New York Times praises Dominique Labelle, 2018 Opera Canada...

Our 2018 Opera Canada Awards: The Rubies honoree Dominique Labelle was recognized in a New York Times article last week for her vocal artistry and...
Karina Gauvin (Merab) in Glyndebourne Festival's Saul. Photo: Bill Cooper

Review: Karina Gauvin’s “consistently beautiful singing” is the highlight of Glyndebourne’s...

Back in the days before we expected Handel’s oratorios to be staged as operas, the smart comment was always that they were essentially the...
Max van Wyck (Papageno) in Brott Music Festival's The Magic Flute. Photo: Bob Hatcher

Review: BrottOpera’s production brings “artistic strength” to Mozart’s The Magic Flute...

After a seven-year absence, fully staged opera returned to FirstOntario Concert Hall for one night as BrottOpera mounted Mozart’s The Magic Flute (seen July 19) in...

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Ariadne auf Naxos

Review: Santa Fe Opera returns to its Straussian roots with a new, “not to be missed” Ariadne auf Naxos

When the late John Crosby created an opera house in the middle of the New...
Magic Flute

Robert Lepage’s techno-heavy The Magic Flute at Festival d’Opéra de Québec

The blockbuster show at this summer’s Festival d’Opéra de Québec is Robert Lepage’s new production...

Preview: Ode to the operetta—where do things stand for light opera in Canada?

Enjoy a snippet from writer Catherine Kustanczy’s feature in our upcoming issue exploring  ‘light opera’...
Dominique Labelle (Atalanta) in Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra/s Atalanta. Photo: Dorothea Heise

The New York Times praises Dominique Labelle, 2018 Opera Canada Awards honouree

Our 2018 Opera Canada Awards: The Rubies honoree Dominique Labelle was recognized in a New York...
Max van Wyck (Papageno) in Brott Music Festival's The Magic Flute. Photo: Bob Hatcher

Review: BrottOpera’s production brings “artistic strength” to Mozart’s The Magic Flute

After a seven-year absence, fully staged opera returned to FirstOntario Concert Hall for one night...

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Ariadne auf Naxos

Review: Santa Fe Opera returns to its Straussian roots with a new, “not to be missed” Ariadne auf Naxos

When the late John Crosby created an opera house in the middle of the New...

Preview: Ode to the operetta—where do things stand for light opera in Canada?

Enjoy a snippet from writer Catherine Kustanczy’s feature in our upcoming issue exploring  ‘light opera’...
Dominique Labelle (Atalanta) in Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra/s Atalanta. Photo: Dorothea Heise

The New York Times praises Dominique Labelle, 2018 Opera Canada Awards honouree

Our 2018 Opera Canada Awards: The Rubies honoree Dominique Labelle was recognized in a New York...
Karina Gauvin (Merab) in Glyndebourne Festival's Saul. Photo: Bill Cooper

Review: Karina Gauvin’s “consistently beautiful singing” is the highlight of Glyndebourne’s Saul

Back in the days before we expected Handel’s oratorios to be staged as operas, the...
Michael Colvin (Bardolph), Bryn Terfel (Sir John Falstaff) and Craig Colclough (Pistol) in Royal Opera House’s Falstaff. Photo: Catherine-Ashmore

Review: Royal Opera House’s midsummer Falstaff is “truly a dream”

It’s no secret that Robert Carsen’s production of Falstaff (seen July 13), which premiered at...

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For all the Wagner lovers we visited the Richard-Wagner-Museum housed at his former villa, Wahnfried. Fascinating artifacts and a concerted effort on the part of the Wagner family to acknowledge their historical connections to Hitler and the Nazi party. Toronto Wagner Society Goethe-Institut Toronto ...

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Attention lovers of Baroque opera! We just sat gobsmacked in one of the most stunning, completely original Baroque opera houses, the Margravial Opera House in Bayreuth, Germany. Recently re-opened in its full trompe l'oeil splendour. This would be an amazing venue for Opera Atelier or Les Violons du Roy! ...

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It's Wagner all the time at our home for the next week at Bayreuther Festspiele - Bayreuth Festival Today, #BarrieKosky production of Die Meistersinger Von Nurnberg Klaus Florian Vogt Fanpage Wagner Society in Queensland @Barrie Kosky ...

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