At last, those of you who have written to ask about our summer opera coverage can put your concerns to rest: Charles Downey has weighed in on this year’s Santa Fe Opera festival for the Washington Post.
And some other views:
Kyle MacMillan in the Denver Post on Griselda and Wozzeck.
Did you go to Santa Fe this summer? Please post your own thoughts on these productions.
UPDATE: On Wednesday afternoon, the Santa Fe Opera announced new works that will have their premieres in coming seasons:
“Oscar,” an opera about Oscar Wilde written by Theodore Morrison and John Cox, written for the countertenor David Daniels, for 2013;
Miss Fortune, by Judith Weir, in its American premiere in 2014;
and “Cold Mountain,” based on the Charles Frasier book, by Jennifer Higdon and Gene Scheer, written for Nathan Gunn, in 2015.