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Video: 3 Things to Know about THE CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN at Canadian Opera Company

Soprano Jane Archibald, who playes Vixen, shares '3 Things To Know' about the unforgettable production of Janáček's THE CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN.

Video: Watch a Pre-Performance Chat with THE CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN's Jane Archibald

Watch Canadian-born soprano Jane Archibald discuss the process of bringing the character of Vixen (Sharp Ears) to life on stage in Janáček's THE CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN in the video here!

Video: Get A First Look At Janáček's THE CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN At Canadian Opera Company

Journey into the woods this winter with Janáček's THE CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN! Canadian soprano and COC favourite Jane Archibald stars as the clever fox, Sharp Ears, while COC Music Director Johannes Debus leads the COC Orchestra through Czech composer Leoš Janáček’s lush score.

VIDEO: Discover the Music of THE CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN at Canadian Opera Company

Watch Brian Cho, collaborative pianist and coach with the COC’s Ensemble Studio, as he walks through some key musical features of THE CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN—accompanied by examples of the unique soundscape Janáček created to animate his cast of unforgettable characters.

Canadian Opera Company's Free Concert Series to Return with Exciting Collaborations

Get ready for the return of COC's highly anticipated Free Concert Series, featuring thrilling musical collaborations. Find out the dates and locations for this must-see event.

Review: MORLOT, SEATTLE SYMPHONY CAPTIVATE IN ALL-FRENCH PROGRAM at Benaroya Hall

This was a hugely demanding program, and Morlot and his musicians together produced an awe-inspiring accomplishment.

MEDEA, a World Premiere & More to Headline Canadian Opera Company's 2023/2024 Season

The Canadian Opera Company announced its 2023/2024 season today featuring a slate of exciting new productions and rare musical gems.

COC Celebrates Return To The Stage With Sold-Out Shows And Revitalized Programming

Canadian Opera Company's 2021/2022 season was marked by sold-out shows, an average mainstage attendance capacity of 94%, and impressive growth in the company's online community as reported yesterday by COC Board Chair Jonathan Morgan and COC General Director Perryn Leech.

Calgary Philharmonic Reveals 2022/2023 Season

On Saturday, September 10, 2022, the Calgary Philharmonic and Music Director Rune Bergmann return to the Jack Singer Concert Hall for Opening Night of the 2022/2023 Season. To launch its 67th Season, the Calgary Phil offers an uplifting performance of Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9.

Canadian Opera Company Announces April 2022 Events

Canadian Opera Company has announced its lineup of performances and special events in April 2022.

VIDEO: Canadian Opera Star Jane Archibald Sings 'Glitter And Be Gay'

Canadian opera star Jane Archibald delivers a tour-de-force vocal performance in a program of sparkling coloratura arias from throughout the history of opera and beyond—from George Frideric Handel to Leonard Bernstein.

Summer Music In The Garden Bids Farewell To Founding Artistic Director Tamara Bernstein

Harbourfront Centre's beloved music series Summer Music in the Garden will bid farewell to its founding Artistic Director Tamara Bernstein, whose successful tenure saw the growth of the series from infancy to packed audiences at the iconic Music Garden, and most recently online.

Grand Teton Music Festival Introduces Season Four Of A National Radio Broadcast

Ahead of its milestone 60th summer season this year, Grand Teton Music Festival (GTMF) introduces season four of Live from the Grand Teton Music Festival, GTMF's national radio broadcast series co-hosted by Music Director Donald Runnicles and Jeff Counts, General Manager of the Festival.

Wiener Staatsoper Announces 2020-21 Season

The Wiener Staatsoper has announced its upcoming 2020-21 season.

BWW Overview: A Look-Back at Opera's Many-Colored Dream Coat of Performance Highs in 2018

Well, it's that time of the year again--time for a look-back on what was worth making note of during the calendar year that's about to come to an end. It's from a totally personal, subjective point of view, of course, but frankly that's the way opera-lovers always seem to like it, n'est-ce pas? The productions worth noting come from places big, small and in-between, from composers old as the hills to freshly minted or somewhere in between (likewise the performers), from traditional or boldly modern to simply stand up and sing.

San Francisco Opera Center Announces 2019 Adler Fellows

San Francisco Opera Center Director Sheri Greenawald today announced the 12 recipients of the 2019 Adler Fellowship. Selected from participants of the Merola Opera Program, the ten singers and two pianist/apprentice coaches begin their fellowships in January 2019. The multi-year performance-oriented residency offers advanced young artists intensive individual training, coaching and professional seminars, as well as a wide range of performance opportunities. Since its inception in 1977, the prestigious fellowship has nurtured the development of more than 180 young artists, introducing many budding stars to the international opera stage and launching active careers throughout the world as performers, production artists, arts professionals and educators.

Canadian Opera Company Makes Significant Strides In Realizing COC365 Plan

The Canadian Opera Company's 2017/2018 season marked a year in which the organization made significant progress on key goals of its COC365 Strategic Plan by presenting boundary-pushing productions; deepening its commitment to public engagement and relationship-building with diverse communities; and laying the foundation for the exciting revitalization of 227 Front St. E., as reported today at the COC's Annual General Meeting by COC Board Chair Justin Linden and COC General Director Alexander Neef.

BWW Review: COC's THE NIGHTINGALE AND OTHER SHORT FABLES is a Magical Night at the Opera

The word most-associated with Robert Lepage's THE NIGHTINGALE AND OTHER SHORT FABLES is 'magic'. And like 'magic,' you need to see it to believe it. Words simply do not do it justice.

COC Adds Extra Performance Of Robert Lepage's THE NIGHTINGALE AND OTHER SHORT FABLES

The Canadian Opera Company has added a 10th performance to its much-anticipated revival of Stravinsky's The Nightingale and Other Short Fables. Tickets are now available for May 15, in addition to April 13, 14, 22, May 1, 2, 10, 12, 13, 19, 2018.

BWW Review: Spectacular RINALDO by Handel at Carnegie with Bicket and the English Concert

Just about the most spectacular opera event of the season so far arrived at Carnegie Hall Sunday afternoon, with the English Concert and Harry Bicket making their annual foray into Handel territory, with a superb RINALDO.

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