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Worldwide Program: Performing Arts Festivals

Worldwide Program: Performing Arts Festivals

The history of performing arts festivals dates back to the 18th century – the Three Choirs Festival and the Norfolk and Norwich Festival in England are known as the oldest ongoing arts festivals in the world. Performing arts festivals serve as a spectacular...

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Show for Show: Part 3

Show for Show: Part 3

So, you’ve decided it’s time to immerse yourself in the never-ending beauty that is New York theatre for your splurge night, but you do not know just what to see! Well, do I have good news for you! There is not a bad choice in the bunch! You just can’t go wrong!...

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Show for Show: Part 2

Show for Show: Part 2

So, you’ve decided it’s time to immerse yourself in the never-ending beauty that is New York theatre for your splurge night, but you do not know just what to see! Well, do I have good news for you! There is not a bad choice in the bunch! You just can’t go wrong!...

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Show for Show

Show for Show

So, you’ve decided it’s time to immerse yourself in the never-ending beauty that is New York theatre for your splurge night, but you do not know just what to see! Well, do I have good news for you! There is not a bad choice in the bunch! You just can’t go wrong! All...

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New Performances from Telmondis!

New Performances from Telmondis!

Fifteen performances from the Telmondis catalog, encompassing opera, dance, magic and the circus, will be available through the Cennarium streaming service in the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Singapore, India, Brazil, the Netherlands, and...

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5 Strong Female Characters in Opera

5 Strong Female Characters in Opera

Looking for some feminine inspiration? Even though opera is full of male heroes saving the day, there are countless female characters who deserve just as much recognition as any character. Here are our favorite 5 strong female opera characters.   1. Cleopatra For...

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5 Basic Opera Terms You Should Know

5 Basic Opera Terms You Should Know

Your boss invites you to attend an opera with him. You don’t know an opera from a play, but you desperately want to impress him. What do you do? We admit you’ll probably never find yourself in that situation, but on the off chance you do or want to share your love for...

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4 World Class Opera Orchestras

4 World Class Opera Orchestras

We all know the theaters and the operas performed in them, but how much do you know about the orchestras that are essential to each opera? If the answer is not much, then you should read this list of four world class opera orchestras you should know of. Even though...

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    Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812, an original musical composed by Dave Malloy based on a particularly scandalous section of War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy, opened at the Imperial Theatre on […]