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Orange County Register
L.A. Opera's 'MacBeth' could be more with lesswho drives her husband to bloodier and bloodier heights. For the most part, th
L.A. Opera's 'MacBeth' could be more with less
Orange County Register / Posted 2 days ago
who drives her husband to bloodier and bloodier heights. For the most part, this production is a distinct improvement on L.A. Opera’s first attempt in 1987, which starred Justino Diaz onstage with Domingo making his conducting debut wielding a... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Josh Kun, author who uncovered L.A.'s musical counter-history, named MacArthur Fellowcapped the project with an event he dubbed a “live mixtape,” which featured a c
Josh Kun, author who uncovered L.A.'s musical counter-history, named MacArthur Fellow
Los Angeles Times / Posted 4 days ago
capped the project with an event he dubbed a “live mixtape,” which featured a cross-disciplinary onstage team that included L.A. Opera soprano Lisa Eden singing a menu, chef and radio host Evan Kleiman recording a live segment for her show, and... Read more
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Variety
L.A. Opera Review: ‘Macbeth’ Starring Placido DomingoPlacido Domingo shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. He sings the title
L.A. Opera Review: ‘Macbeth’ Starring Placido Domingo
Variety / Posted 4 days ago
Placido Domingo shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. He sings the title role in “Macbeth,” the first production of L.A. Opera’s 31st season, as the company looks to the future by expanding its repertoire and approaching standard pieces,... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
For opera lovers, at last a 'Rake' for L.A., bearded lady and allrepeated Sunday afternoon, making it possible to see both. Actually, this is a
For opera lovers, at last a 'Rake' for L.A., bearded lady and all
Los Angeles Times / Posted 6 days ago
repeated Sunday afternoon, making it possible to see both. Actually, this is a trick question. Thanks to the witchery of L.A. Opera, darkened eyes and lips replaced facial hair in “Macbeth,” but the beard remained ever-present in “The Rake’s... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Plácido Domingo's sound and fury in L.A. Opera's 'Macbeth'consoling flower. Advancing age has done nothing but strew bouquets of honor,
Plácido Domingo's sound and fury in L.A. Opera's 'Macbeth'
Los Angeles Times / Posted 7 days ago
consoling flower. Advancing age has done nothing but strew bouquets of honor, love and admiration on Plácido Domingo, L.A. Opera’s general director, and on this “Macbeth,” the company’s first production of Verdi’s first Shakespeare opera. No... Read more
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Variety
L.A. Opera Looks to the Future on 30th Anniversaryon the backburner, Los Angeles Opera is keen on keeping it alive. Based in Dow
L.A. Opera Looks to the Future on 30th Anniversary
Variety / Posted 9 days ago
on the backburner, Los Angeles Opera is keen on keeping it alive. Based in Downtown L.A. at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, L.A. Opera is relatively new for a first-tier company — it was only founded in 1986, as compared to the many centuries of... Read more

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