Listening to Tutino's opera one can imagine that this is what a Puccini of today might be writing: expert and sophisticated, while also aiming for popularity and acceptance.
When King Philip II faces off against the Grand Inquisitor in "Don Carlo," they won't just be portraying history, they'll be making it.
The overture to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's 1786 masterpiece "The Marriage of Figaro" is among the most popular in opera.
L.A. Opera's production of Rossini's The Barber of Seville is one of those things that can make you feel glad to be alive
A specter is haunting opera in this epic about revolution by Academy Award-winning composer John Corigliano and librettist William Hoffman.
L.A. Opera has launched "a city-wide celebration of the revolutionary spirit of Beaumarchais' "Figaro."
Leontyne Price's recordings earned her numerous honors, including more than a dozen Grammy Awards.
Who says the operatic art form is dead? Simply put, Florencia en el Amazonas is among the finest operas this reviewer has ever seen.
LA Opera's edgy double feature takes this august art form in other directions and shows the possibilities of different modes of expression for the operatic medium.
Warning: This may be the only way you'll ever want to hear Mozart again!