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Intérprete: Chicago Lyric Opera Chorus

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ChicagoDead Man WalkingNew production

Heggie: Dead Man Walking
Nicole Paiement; Leonard Foglia; Lyric Opera of Chicago; Michael McGarty; Jess Goldstein; Patricia Racette; Ryan McKinny

ChicagoDon Giovanni

Mozart: Don Giovanni
James Gaffigan; Robert Falls; Lyric Opera of Chicago; Walt Spangler; Ana Kuzmanic; Ildar Abdrazakov; Matthew Rose

ChicagoThe Three Queens

Donizetti
Chicago Lyric Opera Orchestra; Michael Black; Sondra Radvanovsky; Matthew Ozawa; Chicago Lyric Opera Chorus; Riccardo Frizza

ChicagoMadama Butterfly

Puccini: Madama Butterfly
Henrik Nánási; Michael Grandage; Lyric Opera of Chicago; Christopher Oram; Ana María Martínez; Lianna Haroutounian

ChicagoThe Queen of SpadesNew production

Tchaikovsky: La dama de picas
Sir Andrew Davis; Richard Jones; Lyric Opera of Chicago; John Macfarlane; Brandon Jovanovich; Sondra Radvanovsky; Elizabeth DeShong
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A vibrant, urgent Ariodante at Lyric Opera of Chicago

Brenda Rae (Ginevra) and Kyle Ketelsen (King of Scotland) © Cory Weaver
A revival of Richard Jones’ production of Handel’s emotionally probing opera. 

Paranoia and duplicity in Lyric Opera of Chicago's Fellow Travelers

Jonas Hacker (Timothy Laughlin) © Todd Rosenberg
Fellow Travelers is shot through with darkness, making for a chilling performance by Lyric Opera of Chicago. 

Méphistophélès, the master puppeteer

Christian Van Horn (Méphistophélès) © Cory Weaver
Chicago's new Faust is a quest for youth but also a reflection on insipiration, fabrication and manipulation. 

Questions unanswered in a Così fan tutte revival in Chicago

Marianne Crebassa (Dorabella) © Cory Weaver
Synergies between singers compensated for accurate but unexciting orchestral playing.

Pountney's riveting Walküre in Chicago

Christine Goerke (Brünnhilde) © Cory Weaver
David Pountney's new production of Die Walküre for the Lyric Opera of Chicago incisively charts the tectonic shift of control over the future from Wotan to Brünnhilde.