World of Opera

By Bruce Scott

Agostino Steffani bridges the Baroque gap

By Bruce Scott

An ideal situation turns tragic, in Rossini's early masterpiece

By Bruce Scott

By popular acclaim, a chorus becomes an anthem

By Bruce Scott

Gounod's opera features a visitor lacking in subtlety, yet devilishly effective

By Bruce Scott

Casual cruelty comes full circle in a grim psycho-drama

By Bruce Scott

Verdi finds intrigue, love and tragedy in a fiery drama by Schiller

By Bruce Scott

It's romance at any price in Mozart's final opera

By Bruce Scott

Sparkling Italian comedy, in a distincly Czech style

By Bruce Scott

Rossini's final opera offers riches aside from just the "Lone Ranger music"

By Bruce Scott

An evocative swirl of religion and folklore from Rimsky-Korsakov

By Bruce Scott

Two groundbreaking operas, both telling the same mythic story

By Bruce Scott

A young Wagner cuts loose in his only outright comic opera

By Bruce Scott

Italianate lyricism illuminates a grim, Russian psychodrama.

By Bruce Scott

An operatic changeling that's both appalling and appealing

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