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Carmen

Review: Opera Philadelphia’s Carmen proves “unfashionably cogent” can still work

In a spirited defense of Barrie Kosky’s widely loathed Covent Garden staging of Bizet’s chef d’oeuvre, Edward Seckerson (writing in the April Gramophone) extols...
Eugene Onegin

Review: Vancouver Opera’s Eugene Onegin—the audience went wild

Vancouver Opera’s production of Eugene Onegin, the mainstay of the 2018 Vancouver Opera Festival, is nothing if not a surfeit of vocal riches. Three of...
Anna Bolena

Review: Canadian Opera Company’s Anna Bolena struggles to ignite dramatic sparks

There are operas whose musical and dramatic brilliance does not show signs of ever running out, hundreds of years into their production history. Then there are operas which make you wonder if the art form is deader than a museum piece.
Beautiful Helen

Review: Toronto Operetta Theatre’s season-ending Beautiful Helen a rip-roaring Grecian romp

Toronto Operetta Theatre ends its 17/18 season with the popular French operetta, La belle Hélène (The Beautiful Helen) by Jacques Offenbach. Now in its...
Rinaldo

Review: Pacific Opera Victoria’s Rinaldo the original operatic mashup!

The creators of recent mashups of history and science fiction or literature and fantasy, such as the regrettable film, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies,...
The Overcoat

New production: Rolfe & Panych’s The Overcoat: A Musical Tailoring

In each issue of Opera Canada our 'New Production' feature highlights a significant new staging or newly composed work. For our spring 2018 issue, due in...

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Carmen

Review: Opera Philadelphia’s Carmen proves “unfashionably cogent” can still work

In a spirited defense of Barrie Kosky’s widely loathed Covent Garden staging of Bizet’s chef...
Anna Bolena

Review: Canadian Opera Company’s Anna Bolena struggles to ignite dramatic sparks

There are operas whose musical and dramatic brilliance does not show signs of ever running out, hundreds of years into their production history. Then there are operas which make you wonder if the art form is deader than a museum piece.
Beautiful Helen

Review: Toronto Operetta Theatre’s season-ending Beautiful Helen a rip-roaring Grecian romp

Toronto Operetta Theatre ends its 17/18 season with the popular French operetta, La belle Hélène...
Rinaldo

Review: Pacific Opera Victoria’s Rinaldo the original operatic mashup!

The creators of recent mashups of history and science fiction or literature and fantasy, such...
The Overcoat

New production: Rolfe & Panych’s The Overcoat: A Musical Tailoring

In each issue of Opera Canada our 'New Production' feature highlights a significant new staging or newly...

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Carmen

Review: Opera Philadelphia’s Carmen proves “unfashionably cogent” can still work

In a spirited defense of Barrie Kosky’s widely loathed Covent Garden staging of Bizet’s chef...
Eugene Onegin

Review: Vancouver Opera’s Eugene Onegin—the audience went wild

Vancouver Opera’s production of Eugene Onegin, the mainstay of the 2018 Vancouver Opera Festival, is...
Carnegie Hall

Review: Canadian divas Jane Archibald & Adrianne Pieczonka conquer Carnegie Hall

It must have been a simple coincidence that the English Concert’s semi-staged Rinaldo happened on...
Vienna

Letter from Vienna Photo Gallery—Spring Issue Preview!

In our upcoming spring issue, due to be released the first week in May, Editorial...

Five Canadians are Finalists in The International Opera Awards, Jan. 29, 2018

This morning, the International Opera Awards revealed their 2018 finalists, five of them renowned Canadian...

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