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Artiste: Marjorie Owens

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TorontoThe Flying Dutchman

Wagner: Le Vaisseau fantôme (Der fliegende Holländer)
Johannes Debus; Christopher Alden; Canadian Opera Company; Allen Moyer; Vitalij Kowaljow; Marjorie Owens


Strauss R.: Elektra
Cornelius Meister; Peter Konwitschny; Oper Stuttgart; Hans-Joachim Schlieker; Marjorie Owens; Maria Riccarda Wesseling
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Korngold and his contemporaries

Leon Botstein and the American Symphony Orchestra's attempt to position Erich Wolfgang Korngold as a midcentury musical force comes up short.

Sparkling Bellini: ENO tackles its first Norma

Marjorie Owens (Norma) © Alastair Muir | ENO
English National Opera’s first staging of Bellini’s bel canto masterpiece is a musical and dramatic triumph.

Dresden's Daphne relocated into Nazi Germany

Torsten Fischer's Nazified production of Strauss' Daphne in the Semperoper Dresden may leave you confused, but it receives a solid performance. 

Dresden Semperoper: Tannhäuser

Peter Konwitschny’s Tannhäuser at Dresden’s Semperoper dates back to 1997, making it relatively old for an opera production, and though I sense this may be its last revival, it is still modern and engaging.

A heart-wrenching Madama Butterfly at Dresden's Semperoper

In the early years of the 20th century Puccini was a very happy man. His most recent opera, Tosca, was proving as successful as La Bohème, and the lucky composer was being summoned to opera houses throughout Europe for its premières. In the summer of 1900 Puccini attended the première performance of Tosca in London, and soaked in the atmosphere of Europe’s largest city.