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PhiladelphiaOedipus Rex + Lilacs

Stravinsky, Walker
Corrado Rovaris; Opera Philadelphia; Rehanna Thelwell; William Burden; Matthew Grills


Verdi: Rigoletto
Corrado Rovaris; Lindy Hume; Opera Philadelphia; Richard Roberts; Daniel Pelzig; Joshua Blue
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PhiladelphiaThe Island We Made

Negrón: The Island We Made
Matthew Placek; Opera Philadelphia; Angélica Negrón; Sasha Velour; Eliza Bagg; Bridget Kibbey

PhiladelphiaWe Need to Talk

Shaw: We Need to Talk
Maureen Towey; Opera Philadelphia; Kevin Eikenberg; Evan Chapman; Ariadne Greif

PhiladelphiaLa traviata

Verdi: La traviata
Corrado Rovaris; Paul Curran; Opera Philadelphia; Gary McCann; Paul Hackenmueller; Lisette Oropesa
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Opera Philadelphia's La Voix humaine is a portrait of a lady on fire

Stripped of melodramatic excess, soprano Patricia Racette and director James Darrah craft a portrait of a desperate, lonely woman that is uncomfortably, thrillingly human.

Tyshawn Sorey and Opera Philadelphia team up again with Save the Boys

This musical setting of a poem by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper is the first of four digital commissions set to premiere this spring on the Opera Philadelphia Channel.

Opera Philadelphia explores the lingering trauma of war

Director and star Johnathan McCullough gives a riveting performance as a young man scarred by his experiences on the battlefield.

Opera Philadelphia gives a masterful Verdi Requiem

This Requiem was a gift to Music Director Corrado Rovaris for the anniversary of his twenty years with the company.

Prokofiev's commedia dell’arte showpiece in Philadelphia

Alessandro Talevi production for Festival O has sight gags and vaudeville tricks aplenty and features splendid voices in a fine cast. 

Forsythe a truly overwhelming Semele at Festival O

James Darrah stages Handel's sensual oratorio for Festival O, a feast of wonderful singing.