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Bay Area Reporter
Women of the Golden Empirestanding-ovation-worthy singing of "What to a Slave is the Fourth of July?," ba
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 11 days ago
standing-ovation-worthy singing of "What to a Slave is the Fourth of July?," based on a text by Frederick Douglass. Tenor Paul Appleby navigated the role of Joe Cannon with great vocal stamina. His character starts as a sympathetic loudmouth who... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Where to look for treasure in California's new gold rush? Try John Adams' new operawhole cast — including the high soprano Hye Jung Lee (Ah Sing), bass-baritone R
Los Angeles Times / Posted 13 days ago
whole cast — including the high soprano Hye Jung Lee (Ah Sing), bass-baritone Ryan McKinny (Clarence) and tenor Paul Appleby (Joe) — is simply the future of opera, on one stage. Lorena Feijóo is the soloist in Lola Montez’s “Spider... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
Full Text of All Articles The Berkeley Daily Planetsung and what was seen. One central character was a roistering gold miner name
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 14 days ago
sung and what was seen. One central character was a roistering gold miner named Joe Cannon, sung here by the brassy tenor Paul Appleby. In the course of this opera, Joe repeatedly gets drunk, repeatedly lusts after women, repeatedly gets run out... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
GIRLS OF THE GOLDEN WEST: Another Half-Cooked Turkey from John Adams. Categorysung and what was seen. One central character was a roistering gold miner name
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 14 days ago
sung and what was seen. One central character was a roistering gold miner named Joe Cannon, sung here by the brassy tenor Paul Appleby. In the course of this opera, Joe repeatedly gets drunk, repeatedly lusts after women, repeatedly gets run out... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
With ‘Girls,’ S.F. Opera pans for gold and comes up emptyTines) and a soulful Mexican man (baritone Elliot Madore). There are two white
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
Tines) and a soulful Mexican man (baritone Elliot Madore). There are two white guys (bass-baritone Ryan McKinny and tenor Paul Appleby) who are distinguishable only to the extent that one is slightly more drunken and menacing than the other. One... Read more

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