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Monday | Nov 16, 2015

Expression through music at the Omaha Children’s Museum

Every person is born making sound – just think of what that means! When our new-born voices first cried out to the world, we took… Read More

Thursday | Oct 08, 2015

Get to Know The Barber of Seville: Director’s Vision

By Director, Michael Shell The Barber of Seville is a love story. It is a story of two people — Rosina and Almaviva, a Count in… Read More

Tuesday | Apr 14, 2015

Some final thoughts on Fidelio from Hal France… Opening night is at hand! Here are a few thoughts from Michael Rose’s excellent book “The Birth… Read More

Tuesday | Apr 07, 2015

Quotes on Fidelio

Today, we share these quotes representing perspectives on the opera from two conductors, past and present.     The conductor Wilhelm Furtwangler observed, not long… Read More

Wednesday | Apr 01, 2015

Guest Blogger Hal France on Getting to Know Fidelio

It is with pleasure I join in this spring and share a few thoughts on the coming production directed by Michael Shell, conducted by Nicholas… Read More



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