A podcast of opera gems from the collection of Christopher Corwin.
Here are another half-dozen past Trove Thursday highlights ahead of my new parterre box live-recording series launching a week from now.
After several grueling negotiating sessions, La Cieca and I have agreed that I will continue to periodically share live opera recordings here.
Trove Thursday, which began on 10 September 2015, is ending today, seven years and 346 installments later.
Trove Thursday previews next week’s BBC Proms presentation of Elgar’s The Dream of Gerontius with a 2008 broadcast conducted by Colin Davis with Sarah Connolly, Ben Heppner and Gerald Finley.
Trove Thursday teases Michael Spyres’s North American recital debut at the Park Avenue Armory early next month.
From three centuries, three Cleopatras (not to mention Claudette!) grace today’s Trove Thursday podcast.
Monteverdi’s late Homeric masterpiece Il Ritorno d’Ulisse in Patria isn’t often performed in the United States.
This week’s Trove Thursday—Kodály’s Háry János in a 1955 RAI broadcast in Italian led by famed Hungarian conductor Ferenc Fricsay—may be a bit brief as C-19 finally arrived last week chez CC.
Lyric Opera of Chicago opens its new season on September 9 with an all-American Ernani, prompting a Trove Thursday preview with three versions of my favorite early Verdi opera featuring as its unlucky heroine: Leontyne Price, Martina Arroyo and Aprile Millo.
Beverly Sills and Renée Fleming perform 30 years apart the same work with the same orchestra in the same venue!
The always elegant Véronique Gens has recently returned often to her earliest roots in the French baroque.
Trove Thursday presents its own “White Nights Festival” Glinka double bill.
Die Schweigsame Frau, in a Munich performance featuring Kurt Moll, Julie Kaufmann, Francisco Araiza and Wolfgang Rauch conducted by Wolfgang Sawallisch.