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22 October 2015

The COC’s La Traviata

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Oh, Giuseppe Verdi, how I adore your dedication to stories worth telling. You are, of course, a splendid composer whose soaring melodies and lush orchestrations fly beautifully from the mouths …

20 October 2014

A New Season at the COC

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Two strong but ultimately uninspiring productions are currently playing at the Four Seasons Centre as the kick off to the Canadian Opera Company’s 2014/15 season. Though they’re of comparable overall …

10 April 2014

A Glorious Rigoletto

By // Theatre (Boston)

Opera and subtlety don’t often go well together. Opera comes from the greatest possible highs and lows of the human experience, from the glorious pain of love, murder, and suicide. …

01 April 2014

My Theatre Nominee: Q&A w/ Adrianne Pieczonka

By // Theatre (Toronto)

Before we announce the winners of the 2013 My Theatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. Adrianne Pieczonka is one of the most important Canadian opera talents in …

11 February 2014

At the COC: A Masked Ball! (also, Cosi fan tutte)

By // Theatre (Toronto)

The Canadian Opera Company’s current repertory program is one of its most delightful ever, beginning with Mozart’s fairly harmless Cosi fan tutte and raised to wonderful heights by Verdi’s magnificent …

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