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opera in which all the text is sung

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Cyrano is a co-production with the Opera Company of Philadelphia and Florida Grand Opera.
It's no accident that the Los Angeles Opera is opening its 15th season with its first-ever production of Verdi's ``Aida,'' for this grandest of grand operas is here marking a significant occasion with the assumption of tenor Placido Domingo as the company's artistic director.
Davis and the Orleans Theater introduced grand opera to New Orleans, and the site was the place for Creole New Orleans to see and be seen.
THE Maze Prison will burst back into life next week as the Chronicles Of Long Kesh hits the Grand Opera House.
May) for Houston Grand Opera, with Bryn Terfel in the title role.
Miss Futral's vibrant voice and stage personality have thrilled audiences at San Francisco Opera, New York City Opera, Lyric of Chicago, Metropolitan Opera, Israeli Philharmonic, Florida Grand Opera and Washington Opera.
Currently celebrating it's 31st season, Michigan Opera Theatre serves as a state-wide cultural resource, committed to producing the very best professional productions from the grand opera, opera, operetta, musical theater and ballet repertory.
Angie and son Calum will be in Belfast for the opening night of Dancing Shoes at the Grand Opera House next Wednesday.
Since they met in 2000, at the Institute of Vocal Arts in Chiari, Italy, they have collaborated on a number of productions, including Kat'a Kabanova and The Rape of Lucretia for Opera de Montreal, Florida Grand Opera and the Opera Festival of New Jersey; Pelleas et Melisande for OdeM; Le cendrillon for l'Opera national du Rhin and the Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe; Thais for OdeM and the Opera Theatre of St.
11 grand opening to the Leadership Council of Florida Grand Opera as a sign of their support of the thriving cultural arts community throughout South Florida.
Catan, who had cosmopolitan training in London, Japan and with Milton Babbitt at Princeton University, saw his ``Rappaccini Daughter'' produced by San Diego Opera in 1994 and now ``Florencia'' co-commissioned by Houston Grand Opera, L.
He is a former member of the national board of governors of the Nature Conservancy, and former chairman of the board and president of the Houston Grand Opera.
The glittering event for the George Best Foundation on July 31 at Belfast's Grand Opera House will be hosted by Sir Michael Parkinson and will also involve a representative from former manager Matt Busby's family.
Gilbert and Sullivan are not Grand Opera, to use that quaint, once fashionable term.
Popular melodies from grand opera and tales of on-stage and off-stage drama are the themes threading together the sonorous ensemble known as the Intimate Opera Company.