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Date of Death: December 04, 1976 (63)

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Los Angeles Ballet Reveals 2023/24 Season Program

Los Angeles Ballet has announced new Artistic Director Melissa Barak’s first fully programmed season for the Company. Learn more about the full season here!

THE VELVETEEN RABBIT Returns to ODC/Dance in December

ODC/Dance returns to the stage in The Velveteen Rabbit, December 2 – 17. Learn more about the performance and how to get tickets here!

Bridgehampton Chamber Music Hosts Third Year of BCM Autumn

Bridgehampton Chamber Music presents the third year of BCM Autumn, its fall mini-series, with Saturday evening programs October 21, November 11, and December 9, a holiday program. Learn more about the upcoming concerts and how to get tickets here!

Photos: Inside Rehearsal For English National Opera's PETER GRIMES

All new rehearsal photos have been released for the English National Opera's Peter Grimes  at the London Coliseum. Check out the photos here!

PETER GRIMES Will Open English National Opera 2023/24 Season

This September, opening the 2023/24 Season at the London Coliseum, the English National Opera (ENO) presents Benjamin Britten’s searing psychological drama, Peter Grimes. David Alden’s production returns for its second revival. Following its premiere in 2009, this production won a South Bank Sky Arts Award in the Opera category.  

Nathaniel Parker, Simon Chandler and Gyuri Sarossy Lead Cast for UK Première of OPERATION EPSILON

Full casting is announced today for Alan Brody's award-winning play Operation Epsilon at Southwark Playhouse Elephant, which opens on 20 September, with previews from 15 September and runs until 21 October 2023.

Burning Coal's 2023 Oakwood Cemetery Series to Present BUTTERFLY WINGS Beginning in September

Burning Coal Theatre Company will present the premiere of Jerome Davis' Butterfly Wings adapted from the book Life and Death in High Places by Bruce Miller and Robin Simonton, directed by Allison Acuff. Butterfly Wings will run September 29th and 30th at 6:30 pm and October 1st at 2 pm, 2023, at the Oakwood Cemetery, located at 701 Oakwood Avenue, Raleigh, NC 27601.

Opera Ithaca Welcomes Gretchen Van Valen as Managing Director

Opera Ithaca announces the appointment of Gretchen Van Valen as its first Managing Director. Learn more about Opera Ithaca's upcoming season and Van Valen's role in this exciting new chapter.

Brooklyn Art Song Society Announces 2023�"24 Season

Brooklyn Art Song Society (BASS) announced its 2023-24 season, which features Circles, a six-part series following friendships between composers throughout history, as well as the return of the Dichter Project and New Voices Festival. Led by Artistic Director Michael Brofman, the organization, which plays a vital role in keeping the tradition of art song alive, presents ten full-length concerts highlighting 37 composers and 56 performers.

St. Charles Singers Sets 2023-2024 Season Featuring World Premieres and Collaborations

Get ready for an extraordinary season as the St. Charles Singers announce their 2023-2024 lineup. Experience world premieres, collaborations, and captivating performances that will leave you in awe. Don't miss out on this exceptional season of music-making.

San José Chamber Orchestra Reveals 2023-24 Season

San José Chamber Orchestra (SJCO) has announced its 33rd concert season. The programming includes seven concerts running from October, 2023 through May, 2024 with the addition of the company's annual collaboration with the Choral Project in December.

Pilgrim Festival Chorus to Hold Fall Open Rehearsals & Auditions in September

Pilgrim Festival Chorus (PFC), a South Shore-based premiere volunteer community choral ensemble, will invite singers to “Open Rehearsals and Auditions” on Mondays, September 11 and 18, 6:30 pm, at Faith Community Church.

Rembrandt Chamber Musicians Reveal 2023�"2024 Concert Season Programs in Evanston and Chicago

Rembrandt Chamber Musicians, Chicago's flagship ensemble covering the full spectrum of classical chamber music, has announced its 34th concert season, 2023-2024, comprising five programs to be performed at venues in Chicago and Evanston, Illinois.

Bard Music Festival Returns August 4 With VAUGHAN WILLIAMS AND HIS WORLD

On Friday August 4, the Bard Music Festival returns with an intensive two-week exploration of “Vaughan Williams and His World.”

Academy Of Vocal Arts Reveals 2023/24 Season Lineup

The season, which is AVA's 89th, kicks off with a stunning production of Gaetano Donizetti's masterwork Anna Bolena, followed by Benjamin Britten's hauntingly beautiful The Rape of Lucretia and ending with Gioachino Rossini's beloved comic masterpiece, Il barbiere di Siviglia ('The Barber of Seville'). Also returning this season is the annual Giargiari Bel Canto Competition, New Artists Recital, Winter Recital, and Farewell Recital.

Sarasota Youth Opera Hosts a FREE FAMILY DAY at the Opera House

On Saturday, August 19, from 12 to 2 pm, bring the whole family to a free “Family Day” event and come see what Sarasota Youth Opera is all about! The Sarasota Opera House will be abuzz with activities – you can hear the Youth Opera sing, attend a “Find Your Own Opera Voice” singing session, join in fun acting games, and stand on the opera stage when you take a tour of the opera house.

Musica Sacra Unveils Exciting Lineup for 60th Anniversary Season Featuring 'Messiah' & More

Join in for a series of spectacular concerts, showcasing the best of choral excellence. Experience the magic of Musica Sacra's 60th anniversary season and be captivated by the power of their incredible performances.

Review: THE TURN OF THE SCREW at Union Avenue Opera

“The Turn of the Screw,” a deft psychological exploration of the dimensions of horror and the human mind. UAO’s successful staging of the work appropriately raised more questions than it answered, about danger, fear, the limits of human perception, and a host of other commonplaces in horror.

Interview: Eric McConnell and Maximillian Jansen Talk A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER at Universal Preservation Hall

Eric McConnell and Maximillian Jansen make their way upstate to Saratoga, New York, to take on A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER, at Universal Preservation Hall with Opera Saratoga.

National Youth Choir of Scotland Performs Duruflé in Paris on its European Tour This Summer

Widely acclaimed as one of the best choirs in the world, regardless of age, they are set to bring magical performances of Maurice Duruflé’s ethereal Requiem, Benjamin Britten’s ever popular Rejoice in the Lamb and American composer Stacy Garrop’s exploration of three types of love in Sonnets of Desire, Longing, and Whimsy.


Benjamin Britten has written 3 shows including They Walk Alone (Composer), The Rape of Lucretia (Composer), Let's Make an Opera (Composer).

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