I readily admit I was a big fan of the Little Mermaid when I was young–not just the Disney film but the darker, unhappier fairytale versions too. Houston Grand Opera’s Rusalka brought the fairytale happily into my adulthood on Friday. Saturday… Continue Reading
…read my review at Bachtrack.
It was a quite a sweet holiday opera, minus a Rose. Read my review at Bachtrack.
…should be magical. Read my preview at Houstonia here .
A beautiful Onegin at Houston Grand Opera this weekend, and Beethoven’s String Quartet No. 15, Opus 132 on the horizon at Da Camera. November looks promising. Read my Onegin review at Bachtrack and my Elias String Quartet preview at Houstonia Magazine.
Houston Grand Opera opens its season with a stunner. Read my review at Bachtrack.
Houston Grand Opera’s 2015-2016 season starts in just one week with Tosca and Eugene Onegin, and it sounds like it’s going to begin bombastically. Read my preview at Houstonia Magazine.
Read my behind-the-scenes blog about Houston Grand Opera’s costume gurus Norma Cortez and Clair Hummel at Houstonia Magazine.
I had a lovely chat with composer Gregory Spears about his new opera O Columbia, which you can read at Houstonia Magazine. His first opera–a 2009 premiere I wish I had been at–was based on Willa Cather’s short story “Paul’s Case.” As… Continue Reading
“Review: The Not-Demonic-Enough Barber of Fleet Street” at Houstonia Magazine.