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Opera and Classical Music Listings for Jan. 31-Feb. 6
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'Theodora' (Sunday) Handel's late, great, oratorio about the quiet heroism of early Christian martyrs comes to Carnegie Hall in a concert performance led by the early-music specialist Harry Bicket and his English Concert, joined by the reliably …

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Celebrity News and Gossip — Director Says Emmy Rossum is Very Sexual in Phantom of the Opera
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In the latest celebrity news and gossip behind the scenes on the set of Phantom of the Opera, Director Joe Schumacher speaks on the sexuality of actress Emmy…

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Opera and Classical Music Listings for Jan. 24-30
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Chamber Music Society (Sunday and Thursday) The society's season-long overview of music history alights on the turn of the 19th century with “Classical Flowering,” a program featuring music by Schubert (the String Trio in B flat for violin, viola and …

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Edward Gardner leaves English National Opera
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Highly regarded conductor to take up new role at Bergen Philharmonic from 2015, and be replaced by Mark Wigglesworth English National Opera‘s highly regarded conductor Edward Gardner is to leave at the end of the 2014-15 season to take the baton at the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, it has been announced. He will be succeeded as […]

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Celebrity Latest News – Worst 18th Century Diva, Phantom of the Opera, Behind the Scenes Pt. 4
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In the celebrity latest news go behind the scenes of on the set Phantom of the Opera and watch as an18th Century Diva is born. For more celebrity news, gossi…

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Orchestra of Welsh National Opera: Koenigs – review
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St David’s Hall, CardiffAhead of a new WNO season, Lothar Koenigs directs an orchestral concert inspired by women who might be led astray Welsh National Opera‘s new season will focus on Fallen Women, and this orchestral concert was ostensibly connected to the theme of the operas being staged next month. But what would have been […]

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Opera and Classical Music Listings for Jan. 17-23
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'Agrippina' (Saturday and Sunday) When Handel's slashing satire of Roman politics had its premiere in Venice during the 1709-10 carnival season, it made his international reputation. It is still rightly beloved for its assured libretto and gorgeous music.

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Opera and Classical Music Listings for Dec. 27-Jan. 2
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'La Descente d'Orphée aux Enfers' (Wednesday, next Friday and Jan. 5) For Gotham Chamber Opera's second production of the season, Charpentier's shining opera on the Orpheus myth, the company teams with the experienced early-music forces of Trinity …

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