New York Opera Fest 2019 Review: Divaria Productions’ ‘The Human Voice’

(photo credit: Divaria Productions) While both Francis Poulenc and Jean Cocteau were members of France’s infamous group Les Six, Poulenc first associated with Cocteau as an admirer of his work. And it was not until 30 years later, when Jean Cocteau’s play “La voix humaine,” written in 1928, became the libretto of Francis Poulenc’s 1958 one-act opera.  Poulenc kept the … Continue reading New York Opera Fest 2019 Review: Divaria Productions’ ‘The Human Voice’