opera on screen

How to put opera on screen: Coffeeshop Creative’s Stephen Bell

Though stages still feel deserted, the pandemic inspired an extraordinary boom for videographers with a fondness for the classical arts. Among these is Stephen...
advice from Lawrence Wiliford

Dear composer… Advice from Lawrence Wiliford

From his position as Co-Artistic Director of the Canadian Art Song Project, tenor Lawrence Wiliford has spent considerable time in close quarters with composers...

Highlands Opera Studio launches summer concert series

Running May 2 to July 31, Highlands Opera Studio has launched an online summer concert series featuring past and current company artists, each available...

Michael Levine designs Teatro Real’s new Peter Grimes

Benjamin Britten’s Peter Grimes was first performed in London at Sadler’s Wells in June 1945, just months after Victory Day in Europe marked the...
job opportunity

Announcement: Job Opportunity with Opera Canada magazine

Opera Canada magazine invites applications and referrals for a Circulation & Marketing Manager, a permanent part-time position. Opera Canada is the oldest, continuously published arts...
Andrew Ager

Angels & vampires: a chat with Canadian composer Andrew Ager

This weekend, catch up with Canadian composer Andrew Ager (Frankenstein, Führerbunker)! In an interview led by the National Capital Opera Society, Andrew Ager is joined...

UofT Opera’s miniature shows offer “much to enjoy” despite staging limitations

This spring, in lieu of its usual run of a fully staged opera given four performances with different casts, UofT Opera offered “Opera in...
James Garner

Dear singer… Advice from James Garner

Our advice series continues! In this latest instalment of "Dear singer..." we hear from UK-based composer James Garner, whose opera, Much Ado, is set to...
Opera Canada, Spring 2021. Vol LXI, No. 4

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