Eugene Onegin

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Eugene Onegin

Alexander Pushkin knew intimately the world of which he wrote in his novel-in-verse  “Eugene Onegin.” He was raised by nannies and tutors in a Russian countryside estate, attended Lyceum in St. Petersburg, and died in a duel after insulting ...

The Lord of Cries

John Corigliano and Mark Adamo’s new Dracula opera, “The Lord of Cries,” which premiered at Santa Fe Opera on July 17, operates at fever pitch for three hours—it’s a brilliantly creepy theatrical experience with Anthony Costanzo, countertenor, at its ...

Marriage of Figaro

New York Times reporters are now being trained to make strong impressions when they appear as experts on broadcast news panels. One rule: introduce only one or possibly two ideas into any answer you give. One is better. The ...

Stars of the American Ballet

This was the year of “Me-Too” in the dance world as well as the film industry. Peter Martins stepped down after 30 years as Ballet Master in Chief of the New York City Ballet on January 1. Five dancers, male ...

Jacob Jonas The Company

Walking, stillness, head spins and one-armed balances. Emotion, b-boying, Philip Glass. When Cirque du Soleil and the Cirque Noveau movement first emerged in the performing arts world during the 1970’s, they created a new genre by taking ...

Lucia di Lammermoor

Brenda Rae, Lucia Zachary Nelson, Enrico Ashton Mario Chang, Edgardo, Lord of Ravenswood, Christian Van Horn, Raimondo Bidebent, a chaplain Music by Gaetano Donizetti Libretto by Salvadore Cammarano Conductor Corrado Rovaris Director Ron Daniels Scenic Design Riccardo Hernandez Costume Design ...

Q & A w/Carmela Greco

La Emi is the stage name for Emmy Grimm, a Flamenco artist based in Santa Fe who began her dancing career with Maria Benitez, and has made annual trips to Spain, where she was invited to live with Carmela Greco, ...

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