World of Opera

By Bruce Scott

Frolicsome music gives way to powerful drama.

By Bruce Scott

Meyerbeer pulled out all the stops in his lavish, final opera.

By Bruce Scott

From London, a stunning, English-language production of a blockbuster by Handel.

By Bruce Scott

Making two operas from one musical score was no problem for Rossini.

By Bruce Scott

Bellini switches gears, in a good-natured bel canto gem

By Bruce Scott

Fate proves unmovable in this confounding, yet compelling masterpiece.

By Bruce Scott

A French master's dreamy take on the classic story of Cinderella

By Bruce Scott

One of literature's all-time greats is a rarity at the opera.

By Bruce Scott

A drama with enough deadly plots for several nights at the opera. 

By Bruce Scott

Delibes' finest opera launched one of music's all-time hits.

By Bruce Scott

A masterpiece that blurs lines and shatters barriers.

By Bruce Scott

One of opera's true reformers, Gluck conquered new territory.

By Bruce Scott

Verdi goes to the movies, and takes on real life dilemmas

By Bruce Scott

Without Agrippina, Nero might never have fiddled while Rome burned

By Bruce Scott

A savvy "Italian girl" recues her own rescuers

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