Come ye addicts of melody! After long eclipse, Bel Canto shines again!
A conversation with maestro Gil Rose of Odyssey Opera.
Odyssey Opera’s Ägyptische Helena was a beautifully executed production of a flawed opera.
Odyssey Opera in Boston, which loves to open its season with a concert performance of some forgotten work, gave La Reine de Saba in Jordan Hall Saturday night.
Norman Dello Joio, who was knocking about winning prizes for film and TV scores, composed The Trial at Rouen, his second opera on the subject, for NBC.
Tchaikovsky’s Orleánskaia Djeva (The Maid of Orleans) kicked off Odyssey’s Opera’s fifth season
Ezio was an inspired choice for Boston’s feisty Odyssey Opera to open its “When In Rome” festival.
They say that Boston, despite many cultural distinctions, ain’t no opera town, and for some decades—generations?—this has been true. But tides of change will break, even on the shores of the Hub.