Director's Notes: La BohèmeBy John CairdPosted in 18/19
Henri Murger was 23 years old when he started writing Scènes de la vie de bohème and Théodore Barrière was 25 when he adapted the work for the stage. Both men knew very well the world they were describing, so there is a raw authenticity about their efforts that requires an interpreter to take these young characters and their plight very seriously.
Explore the Music of Puccini's La BohèmeBy COC StaffPosted in 18/19
Puccini's masterpiece, La Bohème, features some of the most beautiful music ever written. It's no wonder it's become one of the world's most popular operas! Join us for a trip through some of the opera's most memorable musical highlights.
Women in Opera Roundtable HighlightsBy COC StaffPosted in Opera Insights
On January 28, 2019, during one of the worst winter storms in recent memory, a panel of leading women in the industry gathered to discuss the realities of being a working woman in opera. Moderated by musicologist Sue Elliott, the insightful discussion included soprano Miriam Khalil, soprano and composer Danika Lorèn, and mezzo-soprano Janet Stubbs.
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