Musto's and Campbell's comic opera loaded with musical and political satire, Godfather-style. Published April 29 2011
Exquisite performance by Grammy-winning ensemble also highlights young violinist Arabella Steinbacher. Published April 25 2011
Based on classic Gogol tale, new Musto and Campbell opera spoofs corrupt politicians. Who knew? Published April 24 2011
Grammy Award-winning ensemble to feature young violinist Arabella Steinbacher Published April 22 2011
Wolf Trap alumna and rising Met phenom charms the hometown crowd at the Barns. Published April 11 2011
Tonal Webern? New-and-improved Schubert? Eclectic Mahler? Seriously intriguing but where was the audience? Published April 9 2011
The lowdown for performing arts ticketholders and visitors if the Feds shut down this weekend. (UPDATED.) Published April 8 2011
Ankush Kumar Bahl joins the home team for its 2011-2012 season. Published April 6 2011
Bare-bones GMU production saved by fine singing and superb conducting. Published April 3 2011
Under the baton of Anthony Maiello, northern Virginia ensemble logs another hit performance. Published April 2 2011
Cleveland Orchestra's recently-concluded production of Mozart's classic opera a classic in itself. Published April 1 2011
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