WCO’s “I Capuleti e i Montecchi” presents some superb singing from Kate Lindsey and David Portillo.
Twenty-four years after his death, the musician remains a huge, influential, and sometimes maddening presence.
After a troubled summer for the Metropolitan Opera, the season opener returns the focus to the stage.
Opening-night gala features Joshua Bell, Kelli O’Hara and NSO music director and pops conductor.
Taking 20 years to arrive in D.C., Daniel Catán’s score is lush, and less substantial than it initially looks.
Armed with a new contract, the Met’s unions will keep a check on spending; “Le Nozze di Figaro” opens Monday.
America’s new Wagner sweetheart changes gears with ‘Florencia’ at the Washington National Opera.
Tenor Stephen Costello couldn’t go on, so duo evening became solo turn for soprano Ailyn Pérez, his wife.
Magical, mystical stories abound, and several of them will materialize on Washington stages this season.
Deborah Rutter, who has a background in classical music, will take over as the center’s president.