Hip, entertaining American mini-operas surprise and delight at the Barns Published March 28 2010
McNally trilogy's second stanza a mixed bag of fun and fustiness Published March 27 2010
Darker, deeper reprise of 2005 Zambello production adds new depth to an American classic Published March 21 2010
McNally’s riffs on Bellini & Co. both funny and ponderous Published March 21 2010
Leading edge quartet glances back while forging ahead Published March 20 2010
Memorable "Requiem" puts KenCen ensemble back on the musical map Published March 14 2010
In Series’ birthday boy Mozart (January 27) lives once again at the Atlas Published March 11 2010
NSO Music Director Designate in first appearance here since appointment Published March 9 2010
Prokofiev's massive operatic masterpiece a spectacular KenCen success Published March 8 2010
Bel Cantanti’s young stars show promise Published March 8 2010
Russian opera company rocks (and occasionally rolls) with dash, panache and Netrebko, too at the Kennedy Center’s Opera House. Published March 7 2010
Opera company musically superb but lacks back-office support Published March 3 2010
Christoph Eschenbach to helm NSO; India and Mexico Festivals; Irish and Scottish theater treats Published March 3 2010
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