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Monster Mash: Domingo recovering after surgery; trans-Atlantic transfers; trouble for 'Miracle Worker'Culture Monster--On the mend: Los Angeles Opera general director PlÃ¡cido Domingo is expected to make a full recovery after a localized malignant polyp is removed from his colon. (Los Angeles Times) --Across the pond: Producers learn that bringing British hits (and........
Betty Allen, one of the first African American singers to reach prominence on the international opera stage, died June 22 of complications from kidney disease at a hospital in Valhalla, N.Y. She was 82. If contralto Marian Anderson in the 1930s and 1940s...
In March, Xian Zhang made history: The Giuseppe Verdi Orchestra in Milan appointed the 35-year-old conductor to the position of music director, making her the first woman to earn that title with an Italian symphony orchestra. Pope Benedict XVI attended...
Sentinel Staff WriterOrlando Opera has announced three familiar titles for its 2009-10 season, which will begin in November. All productions will be in Carr Performing Arts Centre in downtown Orlando. Subscriptions are $105-$249 and are available at 407-426-1700 or orlando...
Special To The SunFew speak of Annapolis' cultural life with greater authority than Anna Greenberg. A self-described "professional volunteer" who has twice served as president of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra's Board of Trustees and continues to be active on other...
Tags: Comedy (genre), Broadway Theater, Dance, Family, Itzhak Perlman
Tribune Music Critic3 stars (out of 4) One of Hungary's best-tended cultural secrets is "Bank Ban," the rip-snorting Romantic melodrama by Ferenc Erkel that is considered that country's national opera. It is so beloved that it has opened every season at the Hungarian...
Tribune music criticOnly 159 years late, Giuseppe Verdi's fourth opera, "I Lombardi," received its Chicago premiere by da Corneto Opera over the weekend at Church of St. Hilary. This product of Verdi's "galley years" it followed his first big success, "Nabucco" is an...
Tags: Music Theater, James Earl Jones, Opera (genre), Death
Times Staff WriterA 10-piece band with a harp and an accordion cranked out a mambo from a stage in the overflowing plaza. A tall man with blue-black hair beckoned my wife over to a long table. "Vino rosso?" he asked, and he poured Bobbie two glasses of a robust red wine....
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