Opera (with Opera News)

Archived since February 1950 Complete Archive Monthly
967 issues
Opera is the world’s leading magazine devoted to the operatic artform. Founded in 1950 it provides an extensive range of feature articles, interviews, listings and reviews – of live performances, books and recordings. Now incorporating the US publication Opera News, this range extends yet further, offering unrivalled worldwide coverage of events.

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  • We profile the soprano Julia Bullock as she prepares to sing in Adams’s El Niño at the Metropolitan Opera
  • Ditlev Rindom on Puccini’s La rondine, which is performed in his new edition at La Scala this month
  • Jules Verne at the opera
  • Great singers in great roles: François Le Roux talks to Jon Tolansky about Debussy’s Pelléas
  • In the composer’s bicentenary year, Bill Madison looks at the history of Smetana’s opera The Bartered Bride on stage at the Met
  • This month’s rising star is the tenor Anthony Ciaramitaro, who sings Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly at Opera Philadelphia in April.

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  • First Issue: February 1950
  • Latest Issue: April 2024
  • Issue Count: 967
  • Published: Monthly
  • ISSN: 2059-6707
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