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Ausrine Stundyte as Cio-Cio-San, Elizabeth Janes as Butterfly’s child and Sarah Larsen as Suzuki in Seattle Opera's production of Puccini's Madama Butterfly. Photo by Elise Bakketun.
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OperavoreMonday, September 29, 2014
Smog Serenade: Opera in 18 Cars Planned Through Downtown L.A.
Smog Serenade: Opera in 18 Cars Planned Through Downtown L.A.
By Brian WiseOperavoreMonday, September 29, 2014
A Southern California director is planning an opera that will take place inside 18 cars as they simultaneously cruise the streets and highways of Los Angeles. Hopscotch: A Mobile Opera for 18 Cars is the brainchild of Yuval Sharon, the artistic director of the L.A. opera company the Industry, set to debut in the fall of 2015. 
Thousands Converge On Independence Mall For Night Of Opera
By Justin UdoCBSMonday, September 29, 2014
With blankets in hand and coolers filled with goodies, thousands of folks packed onto Independence Mall to watch Opera Philadelphia’s performance of The Barber of Seville as it played on two large screens.
Nonprofit QuarterlyFriday, September 26, 2014
Another Musicians Lockout at Atlanta Symphony
Another Musicians Lockout at Atlanta Symphony
By Ruth McCambridgeNonprofit QuarterlyFriday, September 26, 2014
NPQ has been tracking the woes of many classical performing arts organizations over the past few years and they have been intense. There was the lockout at the Minnesota Orchestra, the closing and subsequent rescuing of the San Diego Opera, the closing of the New York Opera and the threatened lockout at the Met. It would be impossible not to see this as a moment of crisis/opportunity in that field.
The GeorgetownerFriday, September 26, 2014
Soprano Nicole Cabell Saves the Day for Washington Concert Opera
Soprano Nicole Cabell Saves the Day for Washington Concert Opera
By Gary TischlerThe GeorgetownerFriday, September 26, 2014
It’s hard to talk about Washington Concert Opera as “show biz,” but what happened to the critically acclaimed company as it prepared for its season opener over last weekend gives rise to that old expression, “That’s show biz!”
Next for Yuval Sharon, the Industry: 'Hopscotch,' L.A. opera in 18 cars
By Jessica GeltLA TimesThursday, September 25, 2014
From opera on headphones to opera on wheels: The next work from Yuval Sharon and the Industry will unfold in 18 cars cruising downtown L.A., Boyle Heights and the Arts District.
broadwayworld.comThursday, September 25, 2014
WQXR Welcomes Deborah Voigt as Inaugural Susan W. Rose Artist-in-Residence
WQXR Welcomes Deborah Voigt as Inaugural Susan W. Rose Artist-in-Residence
By Staffbroadwayworld.comThursday, September 25, 2014
WQXR, New York City's classical music station, announced today that American operatic soprano and Grammy Award-winner DEBORAH VOIGT has been named the inaugural Susan W. Rose Artist-in-Residence, an annual position awarded to a prominent classical artist.
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