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Performer: Jessica Jahn

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Tesori: Blue
John DeMain; Tazewell Thompson; Washington National Opera; Donald Eastman; Jessica Jahn; Kenneth Kellogg; Lester Lynch


Verdi: Rigoletto
Jordan De Souza; Tomer Zvulun; Houston Grand Opera; Erhard Rom; Jessica Jahn; Brian Mulligan; Mané Galoyan

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Donizetti: La Favorite
Christophe Rousset; Kevin Newbury; Houston Grand Opera; Victoria Tzykun; Jessica Jahn; Jamie Barton; Lawrence Brownlee
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West Side Story in Kansas City: Broadway flair meets opera style

Vanessa Becerra (Maria) and Andrew Bidlack (Tony) © Elise Bakketun
Zambello's politically re-'woke' West Side Story comes to Kansas.
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Donizetti rarity given American première at Glimmerglass

Aleks Romano (Aurelio) © Carrington Spires
The Glimmerglass Festival in Cooperstown, New York always does themed seasons. This year the season was about the idea of home. As such, the production directed by Francesca Zambello was updated from the Middle Ages to a modern-day refugee camp.
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An unforgettable emotional experience

Kate Lindsey (Sister Helen Prejean) and Michael Mayes (Joseph De Rocher) © Scott Suchman for WNO
American composer Jake Heggie's early opera performed by Washington National Opera was one of those rare experiences of an opera full of raw power and wrenching emotion with superb performers that one is not likely to forget soon.
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Young voices shine in Glimmerglass' The Crucible

Mary Beth Nelson (Betty), Ariana Wehr (Abigail), Emma Grimsley (Ruth), Molly Jane Hill (Susanna) © Karli Cadel | Glimmerglass Opera
Francesca Zambello stages a new production of Robert Ward's opera The Crucible at the Glimmerglass Festival in upstate New York. 
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Maria Stuarda at Seattle Opera: Donizetti fever rages on from coast to coast

Joyce El-Khoury makes our Seattle Opera debut in title role of Maria Stuarda © Jacob Lucas
The thrills of Tudor (pseudo-)history and bel canto expressivity combine in the second of Donizetti's “Three Queens” operas, Maria Stuarda, making its company debut at Seattle Opera.
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