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News, Streaming

Elīna Garanča, Michelle Johnson, Saioa Hernandez, Benjamin Bernheim, Marina Rebeka Headline Top 10 Operas to Stream This Week


There are a lot of unique experiences to be had via streaming in the opera world this week and we’re excited to share our top 10 choices. A star soprano. Rising opera stars. The future of opera. A new work filmed in a major museum. Lots of Verdi and Mozart. All of these and more are on offer. So let’s {…}

News, Streaming

Luca Salsi, Michele Pertusi & Riccardo Frizza Lead Teatro La Fenice’s April Streams


The Teatro La Fenice has announced new streams for the month of April. The Italian company’s streams will be free on YouTube or on Teatrolafenice.it. The month begins with an homage to Stravinsky who died 50 years ago. The concert will include the composer’s “Histoire du soldat” under Alessandro Cappelletto. Francesco Bortolozzo directs. Streaming Date: April 16, 2021 Juraj Valčuha {…}


Francesco Meli, Annalisa Stroppa Headline Teatro Grande di Brescia’s December Streams


The Teatro Grande di Brescia has announced a number of live streams for the month of December. For the purpose of this article, we will only focus on the vocal performances. The Teatro Grande will perform a “Carmen” recital featuring Francesco Meli as Don José, Annalisa Stroppa as Carmen, and Serena Gamberoni as Michaela. Alessandro Trebeschi will accompany on piano. {…}

DVD and CD Releases, News

Maria Bayo, John Riesen & Gil Rose Lead New CD/DVD Releases


It’s the holiday season and therefore there are a lot of new holiday albums and selections for the week. Here are the black Friday releases you should stream today! Reflejos  The great Spanish soprano María Bayo releases her new album dedicated to Latin American and French songs, as well as never recorded music by the Belgian artist Max Moreau. The new {…}


Giuseppina Bridelli & Antonio Poli Lead Teatro la Fenice’s ‘Dido and Aeneas’


On Sept. 4 the Teatro la Fenice will begin its fall season with Purcell’s “Dido and Aeneas.” The opera is set to star Giuseppina Bridelli as Dido and Antonio Poli as Aeneas alongside Michela Antenucci, Martina Licari, Valeria Girardello, Lara Lagni, Chiara Brunello, and Matteo Roma with conductor Tito Ceccherini leading the work. Giovanni Di Cicco will direct the production. {…}