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2015/07/23 17:15
2015/07/23 17:15
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The Arneson River Theatre was completed in 1939 and since then has been used to stage events like the St. Patrick's Day celebration, Fiesta Noche del Rio and Las Posadas. The five bells in the arches...
2015/07/23 17:15
2015/07/23 17:15
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2015/07/23 16:29
2015/07/23 16:29
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As environmental activist Phyllis Omido ascended the stage at the San Francisco Opera House to accept a prize for her efforts to close down a dangerous lead smelter, the crowd could not help but...
2015/07/22 22:44
2015/07/22 22:44
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Aug. 16 Mountain View Cemetery concert set Mountain View Cemetery, at 5000 Piedmont Ave. in Oakland, will hold another in its guitar concert series featuring Bay Area guitar master Eric Symons. The...
2015/07/20 13:38
2015/07/20 13:38
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I don't remember the astronauts landing on the moon, but I'll never forget the moment I first encountered the World Wide Web... Rewind (imagine wavy colors on the screen for my flashback moment) to...
2015/07/17 20:47
2015/07/17 20:47
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In my thirty-one years as General Director of Seattle Opera I think the most fun I had were the question-and-answer sessions I held with interested audience members after every performance. Starting...
2015/07/15 22:17
2015/07/15 22:17
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It's officially the company's fifth season, but, technically, only half of one -- you could call it the delayed second half to this past season, which consisted of a single production, Puccini's...
2015/07/12 05:41
2015/07/12 05:41
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... feathers were ruffled" at the Long Beach Opera in California when the lead female singer, Patricia Schuman, was a "no show," David Pittsinger says. "Patricia was late because she was on another...
2015/07/10 12:09
2015/07/10 12:09
17d
But his other notable talent has made the company money: he has skilfully negotiated a series of international co-production deals that have significantly reduced costs and in some cases even led to...
2015/07/09 02:24
2015/07/09 02:24
19d
Music by Jerome Kern; book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, based on the novel by Edna Ferber. Stage director: Francesca Zambello; Screen director: Frank Zamacona; Conductor: John DeMain; SFO...
2015/07/07 19:41
2015/07/07 19:41
20d
The first of three extraordinary Mozart and Da Ponte collaborations, Le Nozze di Figaro premiered at Vienna’s Burgtheater on May 1, 1786, with Mozart himself conducting. Based on the 1778 drama Le...
2015/07/06 01:53
2015/07/06 01:53
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On a day in which this city ecstatically celebrated the Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriage, "Two Women," you might think, could mean only one thing Sunday afternoon. But not at San...
2015/07/03 19:22
2015/07/03 19:22
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Sheri Greenawald's voice swells with pride when she talks about the singers of the Merola Opera Program. In recent seasons, she's helped launch the careers of some of the opera world's most successful...
2015/07/02 02:24
2015/07/02 02:24
26d
Explosions go boom, here and there, but the real revolution is happening in marriage quality, of course. You can find our lives reflected in the arts, and do feel a bit more happy to celebrate our...
2015/06/25 15:10
2015/06/25 15:10
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On Saturday evening June 13, San Francisco Opera presented the World Première of a new opera commissioned by General Director David Gockley – Italian composer Marco Tutino’s La Ciociara (Two Women)....
2015/07/23 17:15
2015/07/23 17:15
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