Bruno Pieroni posted a lovely timelapse video of the city on YouTube. Checking it out, I noticed there are quite a few like it.
Must-see Benjamin Britten? No kidding, it’s “Owen Wingrave” at Chicago Opera Theater. The next show’s Wednesday and the run ends next Tuesday.
Chicago Opera Theater’s outstanding “La Clemenza di Tito” runs for three more performances: April 26, April 29, and May 1, with some tickets at bargain rates.
Win free tickets to Chicago Opera Theater’s spring season
A Flowering Tree has song, dance, and story, but it’s the orchestra that blooms.
Live broadcast of “Don Giovanni” under the stars
Will the daring and resourceful Chicago Opera Theater, led by general director Brian Dickie, thrive in the bigger–and much more expensive–Music and Dance Theater?
Last fall the Chicago Opera Theater scored a critical and box-office success with a stylish staging of Monteverdi’s Orfeo, so it’s wrapping up this season with a revival of another Baroque opera, Handel’s pastoral Acis and Galatea. The current production uses a sterling 10-piece period-instrument orchestra, anchored by violist da gamba Mary Springfels and her […]