A scene from Les Contes d’Hoffmann with Michael Fabiano, which may or may not be seen soon at L’Opéra national de Paris.
Trove Thursday presents Michael Fabiano in one of his specialties as the dashing hero of Il Corsaro torn between Tamara Wilson and Nicole Cabell.
Michael Fabiano sits down with Matt Baume on The Sewers of Paris podcast.
Michael Fabiano is a boss. This is a fact.
“Love is love,” tweets tenor Michael Fabiano.
Magnanimous Michael Fabiano graces today’s parterre saturday afternoon webcast in a two-part interview during the intermissions of Gounod’s Faust.
Our Own JJ presents a very special parterre saturday afternoon: Gounod’s Faust, plus an exclusive two-part video interview with tenor Michael Fabiano.
La Cieca and the gang down at parterre box wish Michael Fabiano and everyone else in the world a joyous 29th anniversary of National Coming Out Day!
Congratulations to Michael Fabiano and Bryan L. McCalister, who have just announced their engagement.
Michael Fabiano and Sonya Yoncheva star in Great Performances at the Met’s telecast of La Traviata tonight at 9:00 PM.
Among several fine productions at Aix this summer, Dmitri Tcherniakov’s brilliantly conceived and executed Carmen proved a game changer.
Those interested in sampling Michael Fabiano‘s “glowering demeanor” and “sensitive, vibrant lyric tenor” in Carmen (NYT) may do so so via ARTE.
When did he get to be a spinto? When did he grow to be so tall?
Mr. Fabiano proceeded to pour gasoline over the audience and toss a lit match into the crowd with his rendition of “Granada.”
Mortality is ugly—it smells, it makes uncomfortable noises, it takes its time; and then there is the overwhelming sense of dread and helplessness.
The UK’s first-ever production of Poliuto, now available from Opus Arte on DVD, set the lions of Rome among the lambs of Glyndebourne.
That little place just two hours from the city is on the list of things I shall never understand, like the plot of Parsifal.
Gala this; gala that; who knew rich people wore clothes so badly?
La Cieca is delighted to announce that the video of the Glyndebourne production of Donizetti’s Poliuto will be streamed beginning Sunday, August 16th at noon EDT.
Another month, another La Traviata release on video.
For those of you who are following these things, Michael Fabiano is currently in London.
One of the major complaints about the five year casting system (as well as the shared productions by different companies) is that operatic events are rarely surprises anymore.
Imagine the good fortune of attending La Bohème with someone who’s never seen it!
You will be happy to hear that Michael Fabiano was the unrivaled star of the Richard Tucker Foundation Gala tonight.
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