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HAMLET Comes to Purchase Opera This Spring

This spring season, the multi-award winning Purchase Opera will present a reimagined version of Ambroise Thomas’ Hamlet, in French with English surtitles. 

The Fisher Center at Bard Unveils SummerScape 2024 Programming Featuring Theater, Opera, Dance & More

The Fisher Center at Bard has revealed its SummerScape 2024 programming, running June 20 – August 18, 2024.

Merola Opera Program to Present Schwabacher Summer Concert in August

Bay Area audiences are invited to revel in the high drama and opulent melodies of classic opera as artists from the 2023 Merola Opera Program perform extended scenes from works by Donizetti, Handel, Verdi, and others in the Schwabacher Summer Concert.

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops Announce 2023-2024 Season Featuring HAMLET, THE FIREBIRD & More

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops announced details for the 2023-24 season, Louis Langrée’s eleventh and final season as Music Director of the Orchestra.

Verdi's FALSTAFF to be Presented at Opera San José in February

Women take charge in Opera San José’s rollicking production of Verdi’s Falstaff. Adapted from Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor and scenes from Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2.

The Academy Of Vocal Arts to Present A CELEBRATION OF OPERA!

AVA will present A Celebration of Opera! - an opera concert of exciting opera moments. Since the Academy of Vocal Arts' (AVA) last live opera performance in February 2020, we felt the most appropriate way to kick off our new season would be with a concert of opera favorites!

The 70th Wexford Festival Opera SHAKESPEARE IN THE HEART Opens Next Week

Wexford Festival Opera, RTE and ARTE have joined forces once again to bring a taste of Wexford to audiences at home wherever they may be. The 70th Wexford Festival Opera 'Shakespeare in the Heart' will run from 19 – 31 October.

Wexford Festival Opera Announces Extra Tickets On Sale For 2021 Festival

Following the change in government guidelines re live performances, Wexford Festival Opera today announced that they can now welcome increased audiences this October for the much anticipated 70th Anniversary Festival.

Wexford Festival Opera Prepares to Welcome Artists From Across Ireland and Around The World This October

WFO has found exciting and innovative ways to present over 50 events this October. From the main stage operas, to concerts, to pop-up events and lectures, the 70th Wexford Festival Opera will feature artists from across the world and showcase some of the most exciting young Irish talent.

2021/22 AVA Season Announced

In the winter, audiences can look forward to Eugene Onegin by Tchaikovsky and Mignon by Thomas, which has not been seen at AVA in 50 years. The season will conclude with Puccini's beloved La bohème.

Wexford Festival Opera Announces A Return To Live Audiences For The 70th Anniversary Festival

Today, Artistic Director Rosetta Cucchi announced details of the 2021 WFO programme, celebrating Wexford's 70th anniversary, which looks forward to welcoming live audiences back into the National Opera House, to experience in person the magic that is Wexford Festival Opera.

San Francisco Opera's Department Of Diversity, Equity And Community Offers New Interactive Talks

San Francisco Opera's Department of Diversity, Equity and Community (DEC) announced new Opera Aficionado virtual conversations from April through June.

Washington Concert Opera Democratizes The Opera Viewing Experience

Washington Concert Opera announces three new digital program offerings with the intent of breaking down common barriers to opera including cost, travel and contextual understanding. 

BWW Feature: ONLINE OPERA VIRTUAL TOUR OCT. 24-31 at Home Computer Screens

We start at the L A Opera website with a ”Living Room Recital.” Michael J. Hawk, baritone, sings a program entitled “Shakespeare in France and on Broadway.” He performs “Mab! la reine des mensonges” (“Mab, Queen of Lies”) from Roméo et Juliette by Charles Gounod and three arias from Ambroise Thomas’s Hamlet.

BWW Feature: OPERA PERFORMANCES ONLINE May 1-7 at Computer Screens

Now that the Metropolitan Opera has had a major success with its At-Home Gala, there are other opera companies with similar ideas. The Florence May Festival, (Maggio Musicale Fiorentino), will offer its presentation on Friday, May 1, 2020, at noon. P.D.T. Since many opera lovers are working from home, the audience should be enormous. 

Winners of the Glyndebourne Opera Cup Have Been Announced

A rising star American baritone who didn't encounter opera until he was 18 won the 2020 Glyndebourne Opera Cup tonight as the major international singing competition culminated in a live broadcast on Sky Arts from the Glyndebourne stage.

Tenor Matt Hill Wins First Prize In 46th NATS Artist Award Competition

A field of top young vocalists from across North America offered thrilling performances as they competed in the 46th National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Artist Awards competition on Friday, January 10, 2020. The event culminated with tenor Matt Hill from Washington, DC, winning first place, earning more than $13,000 in cash and prizes. Hill is a student of Elizabeth Daniels and represents the NATS Mid-Atlantic Region.

Complete Lineup Announced for Neil Crory Tribute Concert

The program has been unveiled for the Neil Crory Tribute Concert on Friday, October 11, 7 PM, at Jeanne Lamon Hall, Trinity-St. Paul's Centre. An unprecedented lineup of stellar Canadian singers whose careers Crory nurtured will take part in this extraordinary celebration of music and the human voice in honour of the legendary CBC Music producer, mentor, impresario, colleague, and friend who died on January 10 at the age of 68.

Washington Concert Opera Announces 2019/2020 Season

Washington Concert Opera (WCO) announces its 2019-2020 lineup, a season that champions rare works and celebrates award-winning voices. The season will start in November with Ambroise Thomas' Hamlet. Then in April they will present Giuseppe Verdi's Simon Boccanegra, a truly stunning work that has not been heard in D.C. since 1998. In addition to these GWU Lisner Auditorium performances, the season will feature a third annual Opera Outside series at Meridian Hill/Malcolm X Park.

BWW Review: CALLAS IN CONCERT at University of Southern California's Bovard Auditorium

Maria Callas was a unique opera singer with an instantly recognizable voice. As a result, today's opera fans still have a desire to hear her recordings and to try to know what her performances were like. On April 13, 2019, Los Angeles Opera, the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books and BASE HOLOGRAM presented Callas in Concert at the 1200-seat Bovard Auditorium on the campus of the University of Southern California.


How many shows has Ambroise Thomas written?

Ambroise Thomas has written 1 shows including Mignon (Librettist).

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