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I have been arguing with a friend of mine that great opera performances are not singer-driven, meaning that although I want to hear good voices that...
James Miller in Fanfare 30:3 and Barry Brenesal in Fanfare 36:2 both reviewed this performance enthusiastically. I would go one step farther, and enter it into...
Few if any modern operas—defined here as having premiered after the middle of the 20th century—have established themselves quite as firmly as The Rake’s Progress.
Pierrequin de Thérache (c.1470–1528) spent his career at the court of Lorraine in Nancy from 1492, serving from 1500 to 1527 as master of the choirboys....
This wonderful recording was recommended to me by the dead hand of Herman Klein, the famed British voice teacher and music critic who reviewed this recording...