Marigona Qerkezi, Adela Zaharia, Ramona Zaharia, Konu Kim, Liana Aleksanyan, Alasdair Kent & Scott Hendricks Lead Deutsche Oper am Rhein’s 2024-25 Season

The Deutsche Oper am Rhein has announced its 2024-25 season. Premieres Verdi’s “Nabucco” will be directed by Ilaria Lanzino. Vitali Alekseenok and Katharina Müllner conduct a cast that includes Alexey Zelenkov, Eduardo Aladrén, Jussi Myllys, Liang Li, Svetlana Kasyan, and Marigona Qerkezi. Performance Dates: Sept. 10-Dec. 25, 2024 Christoph Stöcker and Katharina Müllner conduct Jerry Bock, Joseph Stein, and Sheldon Harnick’s {…}

Wexford Festival Opera Announces Special Concert to Close out 70th Anniversary Celebration

(Credit: Kristin Speed) The Wexford Festival Opera has announced the final celebration of its 70th anniversary for a special one-night event at the National Concert Hall in Ireland. The showcase, which is slated for August 26, 2022 will feature tenor Konu Kim, Irish soprano Celine Byrne, Irish mezzo-soprano Tara Erraught, and Irish bassist Juana Molloy. Music director Michele Mariotti will {…}

Étienne Dupuis, Luca Pisaroni, Adela Zaharia, Nicole Car, Konu Kim, Meigui Zhang, Hongni Wu Headline San Francisco Opera Streams During Summer Season

San Francisco Opera has announced that it will live stream three of its summer season performances. The company will stream “Don Giovanni” on June 12. The production will star Étienne Dupuis, Luca Pisaroni, Adela Zaharia, Nicole Car, Christina Gansch, and Amitai Pati. Bertrand de Billy conducts. That will be followed up by a stream of “Dream of The Red Chamber” {…}

Michelle Bradley, Stephanie Blythe, Arturo Chacón-Cruz, Gihoon Kim, Pene Pati Headline San Diego Opera’s 2021-22 Season

San Diego Opera has announced its 2021-22 season. The California-based opera company’s season will kick off with “Stephanie Blythe in Concert” at the Balboa Theatre. The mezzo will perform music from the operatic and Broadway repertoire. Performance Date: Oct. 23, 2021 Soprano Michelle Bradley will perform at the Baker Baum Recital Hall in the Conrad Performing Arts Center. She will {…}