Concert Review: Odyssey Opera’s Inspired Production of Dvořák’s “Dimitrij”

September 19, 2016
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For my money, the biggest star on Friday night turned out to be none other than Antonin Dvořák.

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Music Interview: Preview/Interview with Gil Rose on Odyssey Opera’s “Dmitrij”

September 9, 2016
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“Would I love to do these big operas in Symphony Hall? Yes. When I feel like I’ve got two-thousand people to attend, I’ll move over to Symphony Hall.”

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Music Review: Masterworks Chorale’s Inspiring Tribute to Music Director Allen Lannom

March 12, 2011
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The Masterworks Chorale sang better than I had ever heard them; perhaps they felt the sense of occasion—this was a piece that meant a great deal to Mr. Lannom, whose thoughts on the composition were featured in the program booklet. By Susan Miron Antonin Dvorák’s “Stabat Mater,” Op. 58, is a classic example of a…

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Opera Review: Boston Lyric Opera’s “Rusalka”

March 27, 2009
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By Caldwell Titcomb Note: Rusalka is transferring to the West End’s London Coliseum from March 28 to April 15, 2020. Czech opera is not often mounted in these parts. The two major composers were Bedrich Smetana (1824-84) and Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904). The latter wrote ten operas, some comic and some tragic. Among Czech natives, the…

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