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Los AngelesRoberto Devereux

Angela Meade (Elisabetta) © Karen Almond for Dallas Opera (2009)
Donizetti: Roberto Devereux
Eun Sun Kim; Stephen Lawless; LA Opera; Benoit Dugardyn; Ingeborg Bernerth; Angela Meade; Ashley Dixon

Santa MonicaAngel's BoneWorld premiere

Du Yun: Angel's Bone
Michael McQuilken; LA Opera; Maruti Evans; Abigail Fischer; Kyle Pfortmiller

Los AngelesPelléas et Mélisande

Debussy: Pelléas et Mélisande
James Conlon; Sir David McVicar; LA Opera; Rae Smith; Kate Lindsey; Yunpeng Wang

Los AngelesRodelinda, regina de' Langobardi

Handel: Rodelinda, regina de' Langobardi
Harry Bicket; LA Opera; Lucy Crowe; Iestyn Davies; Jess Dandy; Joshua Ellicott

Los AngelesLe nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)New production

Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)
James Conlon; James Gray; LA Opera; Santo Loquasto; Christian Lacroix; Christopher Maltman; Guanqun Yu
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LA Opera’s Roberto Devereux miraculously comes together

Angela Meade (Elisabetta) © Karen Almond for Dallas Opera (2009)
Angela Meade fills in for an indisposed soprano in Los Angeles Opera’s company debut of Donizetti’s Roberto Devereux.
****1
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Matthew Aucoin’s Eurydice: a new take on an heroic journey

Rod Gilfry (Eurydice's father) and Danielle de Niese (Eurydice) © Cory Weaver
Matthew Aucoin’s Eurydice enjoys its world premiere at LA Opera. 
****1
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A blast of a Berlin Bohème in Hollywood

Saimir Pirgu (Rodolfo) and Marina Costa-Jackson (Mimì) © Cory Weaver
Barrie Kosky's stark, spare La bohème gave it a rare spark of humanity focused on Marina Costa-Jackson's haunting Mimì, whose existence became the central focus even when she wasn't singing.
*****
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LA Opera's La Traviata: all about Adela Zaharia

Adela Zaharia (Violetta) © Ken Howard
As Zaharia inhabited her role, the opera became almost entirely about her, to the extent that one wanted to watch her every movement and hear her every syllable.
*****
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Technicolor Clemenza at LA Opera

Russell Thomas (Tito) © Cory Weaver | LA Opera
Any parallels between Rome in the first century under Emperor Titus and the United States two millennia later under Emperor Trump were lost in a Tinseltown graphic novel sweep.
***11
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