Catán's ‘Il Postino’ to star Plácido Domingo
Daniel Catán's fourth and newest opera Il Postino will premiere on September 23rd at the Los Angeles Opera. The opera, which is based upon Michael Radford's internationally adored film and an original novel by Antonio Skármeta, tells the tale of a postman in an Italian village, who finds inspiration to live out his dreams during his deliveries to the exiled poet Pablo Neruda. The leading role of Neruda will be sung by LA Opera General Director Plácido Domingo.
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The New York City dance scene is teeming with exciting shows this fall, including works with music by Kaija Saariaho, David Lang and Gabriela Lena Frank.
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Avner Dorman has a busy season with world premieres by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Alabama Symphony, Marin Symphony and San Francisco Symphony.
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Celebrating the life and work of esteemed Norwegian composer Arne Nordheim.
Red Poppy Season
Red Poppy composers Michael Gordon, David Lang and Julia Wolfe look forward to a full season both in the US and overseas.
Philip Glass receives 2010 NEA Opera Honors
Philip Glass is a recipient of the 2010 NEA Opera Honors, the highest award in opera in the US, based on significant lifetime contributions.
Opera Premieres from Henze and Ruders
Poul Ruders' Dancer in the Dark opens in Copenhagen while Hans Werner Henze's Gisela! premieres at ruhr.2010.
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