Standing alone under the glass-and-iron canopy of the Royal Opera House’s Paul Hamlyn Hall, the American mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato is in full dramatic flight: winking, grinning, pouting, flirting, giggling.
Singer Benedict Nelson's technically brilliant performance drew on inner feelings rather than the usual histrionics It’s a while since I was at a concert spiked with lavender incense. Last century maybe.
Regarding “Doubts About Opera Star Inquiry” [Sept. 4] and “Pressure Increases as More Domingo Allegations Surface” [Sept. 6] by Jessica Gelt: As a longtime Los Angeles Opera subscriber, I was disgusted
Jennifer Walshe asked girls about how they played with their Barbie dolls, and turned the confessionals into an opera of horrors in which the toys unleash dark sex play and acts of mutilation. Walshe a