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STABAT MATER di Luigi Boccherini

STABAT MATER di Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805) Boccherini è un personaggio di spicco nella storia della musica che precede l’avvento della prima Scuola viennese; il suo contributo allo sviluppo della forma del quartetto e del quintetto è stato determinante e la sua importanza … Continue reading

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Il barbiere di Siviglia and Il viaggio a Reims in streaming with Rossini Opera Festival

On 25, 27 and 29 November in free streaming, it will be possible to see the revival of Il barbiere di Siviglia by Pier Luigi Pizzi with Michele Spotti conducting. In the cast Juan Francisco Gatell, Carlo Lepore, Aya Wakizono, … Continue reading

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RIGOLETTO STREAMING FOR FREE ON NOVEMBER 21 AT 10AM PACIFIC

Serbian baritone Željko Lučić stars in Giuseppe Verdi’s landmark opera Rigoletto, this weekend’s Opera on streaming special at the San Francisco Opera! A fool in profession and a fool in life, his Rigoletto has made a career out of mocking the misfortunes of … Continue reading

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Honoring Veterans: Veterans Day 2020 at Princeton University Chapel

“The Violin Doc,” Dr. Mary Rorro will perform two solo viola selections for the virtual Veterans Day Service at Princeton University Chapel today, Wednesday November 11, 2020. The first selection is her variation on “It is Well With My Soul,” … Continue reading

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THE ROSSINI OPERA FESTIVAL IN FREE STREAMING

The Autumn session of the Rossini Opera Festival, originally planned to take place from the 1st to the 29th November 2020, has been re-planned in the light of the new ministerial decree that does not authorize the presence of an audience … Continue reading

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From “Murder in the Pit” to “Death by Opera,” to “Staged for Murder,” the birth of an operatic mystery trilogy. An exclusive interview with Erica Miner.

Interview by Tiziano Thomas Dossena A native of Detroit, Erica Miner studied violin with Boston Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Joseph Silverstein at Boston University where she graduated cum laude; the New England Conservatory of Music; and the Tanglewood Music Center, summer … Continue reading

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Four books with librettos from Niccolo` van Westerhout’s operas from the Rediscovered Operas Series: Cimbelino, Fortunio, Dona Flor and Colomba

“Rediscovered Operas Series” was created by Idea Press to propose the rediscovery of some operas of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. They were operas written and set to music that, for incomprehensible reasons, have not had the response they deserved … Continue reading

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“Rediscovered Operas Series” brings forgotten operas back to life…

“Rediscovered Operas Series” was created by Idea Press to propose the rediscovery of some operas of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. They were operas written and set to music that, for incomprehensible reasons, have not had the response they deserved … Continue reading

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In these times of quarantine, a beautiful song can bring you hope…

Article by Tiziano Thomas Dossena Anna Maddalena Capasso has a beautiful voice, but that alone does not make a great opera singer, or for that even a great crossover singer, but Miss Capasso’s masterful handling of her voice is well … Continue reading

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Published in New York the vocal score of Pasquale La Rotella’s Stabat Mater

In the compositional parable of Pasquale La Rotella (Bitonto, March 5, 1880 ─ Bari, March 20, 1963) sacred music is an important and at least as significant as the one that saw him an opera composer, conductor, teacher and first … Continue reading

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