The opening night of the Canadian Opera Company’s 2019-20 season was all about the Wilsons.
The Canadian Opera Company’s new production of Otello is a collection of welcome returns.
By the end of the first act, it was clear to me that I was experiencing an artist performing at her absolute peak.
Erin Wall was an elegant, warm, and sensitive Arabella.
By virtue of its subject matter and the auspicious occasion of its commissioning, Louis Riel was destined to be iconic.
The Canadian Opera Company scored a coup when they secured Christine Goerke for the revival of their Ring productions over the last three seasons
First seen in 2005, Siegfried makes a welcome return as a stand-alone production this season.
“CanCon”, or Canadian Content, is always a concern in Canadian cultural discourse.