World of Opera

By Bruce Scott

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

By Bruce Scott

A fiery moment from history becomes an epic opera

By Bruce Scott

Bizet's 'other' opera: overshadowed, yet often overwhelming

By Bruce Scott

Strauss and Hofmannsthal create a masterful, musical mashup

By Bruce Scott

Massenet's final opera takes on one of history's great romances

By Bruce Scott

'Aureliano' topped off a prodigious year for the young Rossini

By Bruce Scott

Here, then Nowhere: 'The Maid of Orleans'

By Bruce Scott

Verdi makes the best of an operatic second chance

By Bruce Scott

A phony formula gets powerful results in Donizetti's "Elixir."

By Bruce Scott

John Adams combines opera and oratorio to tell the Christmas story

By Bruce Scott

Rossini brings out his best to meet a royal challenge

By Bruce Scott
Tchaikovsky turns up the darkness on a Pushkin classic.
By Bruce Scott

Stifling tradition inspires surpassing innovation.

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