Amina Edris, Julia Muzychenko, Hélène Carpentier & Mélissa Petit Lead Opéra de Limoges’ 2022-23 Season

France’s Opéra de Limoges has announced its 2022-23 season featuring five productions. The season opens with Saint-Saëns’ “La Princesse jaune” under the direction of Philippe Forget. Alexandra Lacroix directs the production which stars Camille Schnoor and François Rougier. Performance Dates: Nov. 6 & 8, 2022 Julien Dran, Mélissa Petit, Jean Luc Ballestra, François Rougier, Sophie Marin-Degor, Cécile Galois, and Edouard Portal perform {…}

Natalie Dessay, Patricia Petibon, Armando Noguera & Julia Muzychenko lead Opéra de Massy’s 2022-23 Season

The Opéra de Massy has unveiled its 2022-23 season. Kicking things off, Armando Noguera, Ludivine Gombert, Sarah Laulan, Mireille Delunsch, and Simona Caressa star in Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin” with Kaspar Zehnder and Alain Garichot directing. Performance Dates: Nov. 11 & 13, 2022 Offenbach’s “Le Voyage dans le Lune” will star Violette Polchi, Jeanne Croussard, Ludivine Gombert, Mattheiu Lecroart, and Erik {…}

CueTV Announces August Streams Featuring Eleonora Buratto, Claudia Pavone & Lucio Gallo

(Credit: Rossini Opera Festival) CueTV has announced streams for the month of August. The month will open with Verdi’s “Aida” from the Macerata Opera Festival on August 12. The opera stars Luciano Ganci, Maria Teresa Leva, and Veronica Simeoni. Boito’s “Nerone” will be presented from the Bregenz Festival on August 19 starring Rafael Rojas, Lucio Gallo, Brett Polegato, Svetlana Aksenova, {…}

Claudia Pavone, Maria Teresa Leva & Veronica Simeoni Lead Macerata Opera Festival’s 2021 Season

The 57th edition of the Macerata Opera Festival “100x100Sferisterio” has announced its full slate which will run from July 23 to August 13, 2021. The festival will follow three irreplaceable elements as guidelines: the health and safety of audience members, artists, and workers; the sustainability and economic feasibility of the opera season; and the technical and artistic quality of the {…}

Vittorio Pratto, Carlo Lepore & Maria José Siri Lead Teatro Filarmonico’s 2021 Season

(Credit: Victor Santiago) The Teatro Filarmonico in Verona has announced a 2021 season featuring streamed performances and live performances. The season opens with Rossini’s “Il Barbiere di Sivilgia.” Michele Spotti conducts Pier Francesco Maestrini’s production starring Francisco Brito, Carlo Lepore, Chiara Tirotta, Mario Cassi, and Riccardo Fassi. Streaming Date: Jan. 31, 2021 Ponchielli’s “Il Parlatore eterno” will be conducted by {…}