Monthly Archives: December 2010

Don Carlo: Dangerous Times on a Grand Scale

  The MetOpera simulcast of Don Carlo on Saturday was bigger than big!  Big political issues (authority vs. liberty), high stakes (your life), high drama (loyalty, love, frustration, heretics burning), and grand scale (Six leading characters, big orchestra, huge chorus). … Continue reading

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To Cross the Face of the Moon Goes Straight to the Heart

A Mariachi Opera?  I was very curious, so I took myself over to the small and beautifully renovated theatre space at Talento Bilingüe de Houston on Jensen Drive on Saturday night. Houston Grand Opera (HGO) commissioned the truly bilingual opera … Continue reading

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