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An interview with the Cuban-American soprano, star of Lyric Opera’s upcoming production of The Daughter of the Regiment.
Donizetti’s light-hearted and humorous story features a fabulous cast that combines the talents of Western and Chinese artists.
The American soprano performs her signature role in The Magic Flute next month at Ravinia Festival.
Next year’s lineup of six mainstage operas offers choices for traditional and contemporary opera fans alike.
Shirley Verrett (Leonora), Luciano Pavarotti (Fernando), and Sherrill Milnes (Alfonso), headline this dazzling 1978 performance.
With spellbinding aerial footage of Chicago, you’ll hear acclaimed artists playing wonderful, wintry classical music.
The leading American bel canto specialist on singing Rossini, Donizetti, and Bellini, and welcoming new audiences with his Lawrence Brownlee & Friends concerts.
The American soprano, starring in Lyric Opera of Chicago’s upcoming Le Comte Ory, joins Oliver to discuss her new album of Handel cantatas.
Call it bel canto in the Rust Belt.
Chicago native soprano Ailyn Pérez speaks to us about some of her favorite Latin American and Spanish music and shares a playlist of influential singers and music.
Chicago Opera Theater concludes its 2017/18 season with a Donizetti double bill presenting two Chicago premieres: “Il Pigmalione” and “Rita.”
Get your cauldron brewing with works by Donizetti, Puccini, Haydn, Delibes, and more!
Chicago Opera Theater announced its 2017-18 season: three operas, including a world-premiere co-production with Opera Philadelphia, to be staged at the newly-renovated Studebaker Theater in the Fine Arts Building.
“I really felt like I was in the zone for those three queens, and I made a promise to myself to live in the moment.”