Tags » Rigoletto

Rigoletto at the Bolshoi

Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, Opéra national du Rhin (Strasburg), Théâtre Royale de la Monnaie (Belgium), Grand Théâtre de Genève and Bolshoi Theatre of Russia Coproduction

Premiered at the Bolshoi Theatre on 14 December 2014… 776 more words


Do you love Cole Porter, Rodgers & Hart, et al.?

Last night I went to a wonderful show — classical music from Broadway, by which I mean Rodgers & Hammerstein, Jerome Kern, Lerner & Loewe, Irving Berlin … There are many more, but what’s the use of naming them? 283 more words


REVIEW: Rigoletto @ The Opera House, Manchester

I have to confess I’m not the sort of bloke who does a lot of opera. What I know about it I can fit on the back of a stamp. 194 more words


Mining Reflections on Opera and Books Read

A typical Vancouver Saturday:  cool, overcast, some sunny periods, and much reading.   Then after six pm a bottle of wine and an opera. Here are some of the books I dipped into today–I have been reading some for a while; some are old and should have been finished a long time ago; and some are new.  441 more words


Some Days are Really Fun

Last night my husband and I attended the Atlanta Opera’s presentation of Rigoletto. It is not normally a topic I would write about on a blog mainly dedicated to helpful information for parents of Citadel cadets. 166 more words

The Citadel

Rigoletto, Another Amazing Night at The Opera

Rigoletto is the story of the lascivious Duke of Mantua (Scott Quinn) and his life that knows no bounds. The hunchbacked jester Rigoletto (Todd Thomas) in a similar manner, spares no expense to entertain. 404 more words


Verdi’s Rigoletto Returns To The Atlanta Opera

The Atlanta Opera celebrates its 35th year of live productions with Giuseppe Verdi’s tragic masterpiece, Rigoletto. This new, visually stimulating production is a co-production of… 321 more words

Arts & Culture