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Performer: Latonia Moore

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New York CityChampion: An Opera in JazzNew production

Blanchard: Champion: An Opera in Jazz
Yannick Nézet-Séguin; James Robinson; Metropolitan Opera; TBC; Allen Moyer; Paul Tazewell; Donald Holder

New York CityLa bohème

Puccini: La bohème
Yannick Nézet-Séguin; Franco Zeffirelli; Metropolitan Opera; Paolo Carignani; James Gaffigan; Peter J. Hall

New York CityAida

Verdi: Aida
Paolo Carignani; Sonja Frisell; Metropolitan Opera; Gianni Quaranta; Dada Saligeri; Gil Wechsler; The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra
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BerlinSimon Rattle conducts “Porgy and Bess”Concert performance

Berliner Philharmoniker
Gershwin: Porgy and Bess
Berliner Philharmoniker; Sir Simon Rattle; Sir Willard White; Andrea Baker; Howard Haskin; Latonia Moore
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Porgy and Bess returns as a great show at The Metropolitan Opera

James Robinson’s production allows the large cast of Catfish Row to interact like the old pals – almost family – that they are.
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Fire Shut Up in My Bones: a new beginning for The Metropolitan Opera

The Metropolitan Opera finally reopens its doors on a new season, staging Terence Blanchard's powerful work for the first time.  
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A streamlined Trovatore at the Glimmerglass Festival

Rising mezzo-soprano Raehann Bryce-Davis offers a gorgeously sung and grippingly acted portrait of Verdi's gypsy. 
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A thoroughly worthy Porgy and Bess opens the Met's season

The Met’s new production is directed by James Robinson, who has the characters interacting and listening to one another as if in real life – the inhabitants of Catfish Row have known each other for all of their lives and love, pray and grieve like family.
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Porgy and Bess at ENO: Gershwin's music the winner

Porgy and Bess isn’t a perfect opera, but English National Opera's new production is a strong one. 
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Opera Australia’s Tosca highlights the tyranny of evil Scarpia

Remarkable singers and magnificent sets successfully transpose Puccini’s Tosca to Nazi-occupied Rome, bringing home the horror of tyranny and how possible it is to occur.
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