Italy owns an astonishing thirty percent of the world’s cultural heritage. Fine arts, architecture, food, wine and design are some of the best known treasures, but for many, it is the music of Italy’s great composers that they hold most dear.
Sondheim’s “musical thriller” tells a story of obsession and revenge, spiced with a measure of black humor.
Arthur Miller’s chilling dramatization of the Salem witch trials (an allegory of McCarthyism), is the basis for Robert Ward’s Pulitzer Prize-winning opera.
Everyone seems to be in love with Ninetta, but when she takes the blame for a theft perpetrated by a bird, her life is turned upside down. This rarely heard comic opera boasts a dazzling score and sensational situations.
In that empty twilight between life and death, tortured jazz soloist Charlie Parker composes his final masterpiece, revisiting the inspirations, demons, and women who fueled his creative genius. Opera Philadelphia presents the World Premiere of this freeform expedition into the mind, heart, and personal purgatory of the bebop great.
Beethoven’s only opera, Fidelio is an inspiring tale of courage and the power of love. The internationally renowned cast features soprano Nina Stemme, who The […]
Our new Media Lab group. Sara Redeghieri (Mt Holyoke), Makayla Marty, Uzi Perez, Katia Vazquez, John Voci (NEPR), Sam Godding (UMASS), Brian Bevilacqua (UMASS), Tema […]
The inaugural Media Lab class graduated in May 2016. After completing their final projects, they presented them at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame before family, friends, and community members and leaders.