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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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. 
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Forsythe a truly overwhelming Semele at Festival O

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