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Performer: Latonia Moore

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AmsterdamPorgy and BessNew production

Porgy and Bess
Gershwin: Porgy and Bess
James Gaffigan; James Robinson; Dutch National Opera; Michael Yeargan; Catherine Zuber; Eric Owens; Adina Aaron

LondonPorgy and BessNew production

Nicole Cabell (Bess), Eric Greene (Porgy) © Tristram Kenton
Gershwin: Porgy and Bess
John Wilson; James Robinson; English National Opera; Michael Yeargan; Catherine Zuber; Eric Greene; Nicole Cabell

WashingtonTosca

Puccini: Tosca
Speranza Scappucci; Ethan McSweeny; Washington National Opera; Elena Rivkina; Keri Alkema; Latonia Moore; Riccardo Massi
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Porgy and Bess at ENO: Gershwin's music the winner

Nicole Cabell (Bess), Eric Greene (Porgy) © Tristram Kenton
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

Marco Vratogna (Scarpia) © Jeff Busby
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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Billowing silk, blue hair: an evocative ENO Aida

Latonia Moore (Aida) © Tristram Kenton
McDermott envisages Aida as a sister production to his team's mesmeric Akhnaten. But would the hypnotic juggling and glacial choreography work for Giuseppe Verdi's Nile epic?
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Latonia Moore a shimmering Butterfly

Latonia Moore (Cio-Cio San) © J. Katarzyna Woronowicz
San Diego Opera's main stage offering proved that even a warhorse can remain thoroughly enchanting when a production looks and sounds as beautiful as this company’s Madama Butterfly.
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Latonia Moore shines in Verdi's Requiem

Latonia Moore © Dallas Kilponen
In celebration of the Atlanta Symphony's long-term music director Robert Shaw, the orchestra, its celebrated chorus and four effective soloists, presented an aggressive and often loud Verdi Requiem, conducted by Robert Spano.  
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