Throughout this series, countless operas have been given the title of an "opera that changed my life." An art form such as opera, that is so diverse in terms of artistic output, is going to appeal to people in different ways. Here is the next instalment in our blog series that explores the moments when normal people became opera lovers.
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For those who are fortunate enough to have been exposed to opera from a young age, the connection often lasts a lifetime. Here is the next instalment in our blog series that explores the moments when normal people became opera lovers.
Harry Somers’ Louis Riel is the epic presentation of an intensely contentious moment in Canada’s political history dramatizing the story of the Métis leader, Louis Riel, and Canada’s westward expansion, while also being a landmark work in the canon of Canadian opera.
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Sara Fulgoni in the COC production of Bluebeard's Castle. Photo: Michael Cooper © 2001