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NM Philharmonic plans Labor Day musical celebration in Rio Rancho

Rio Rancho Observer 09 Aug 2022
Music Under the Stars!. Celebrate Labor Day Weekend With the New Mexico Philharmonic at the Sky Room in Rio Rancho. The NMPhil will perform “Music Under the Stars!” on Saturday, Sept. 3 at 7 p.m. at the Sky Room in Rio Rancho ... 7, Beethoven’s. Fidelio, Berlioz’s The Damnation of Faust, Mozart’s The Magic Flute, Verdi’s La traviata, Bernstein’s Mass, and ... .
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The week in classical: Dalia; Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra and Aurora Proms – review

The Observer 07 Aug 2022
In every sense, the timing for last Sunday’s matinee, the last of three performances, was ideal ... Then soprano Liudmyla Monastyrska raged mightily in the great Abscheulicher from Beethoven’s Fidelio, the horn section excelling in the aria’s exuberant obbligato ... Their choice for this Prom was the most famous symphony of all, Beethoven’s Fifth ... Dalia ... .
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Full ORCMA season returns; excitement, variety

Oakridger 05 Aug 2022
ORCMA Board Member Joan-Ellen Zucker will help us get to know these finalists even better in articles she is writing from interviews with them.” ... On Aug ... On Sept ... On Oct. 30, dramatic soprano NaGuanda Nobles will sing music from Beethoven’s opera, Fidelio, in addition to “I am Moses” by Nkeiru Okoye. Finally, on Nov ... 18, 2023 ... 8.
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Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra review – tears and roars of delight for new national ensemble

The Observer 31 Jul 2022
I was still hundreds of metres from the Royal Albert Hall when I spotted the first Ukrainian flag ... this crowd was sombre, even subdued ... Read more ... Liudmyla Monastyrska served up a fearsome “Abscheulicher …” from Beethoven’s Fidelio, and Brahms’s Symphony No 4 – conducted by Wilson without score and with serious guts – had raw swagger to burn ... .
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‘Channelling our anger’: Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra heads for the Proms

The Observer 29 Jul 2022
It was hard to believe that two weeks ago this orchestra did not exist and that these musicians had never played together ... Gogol Bordello’s Eugene Hütz on his musical resistance ... It was followed by Chopin’s Piano Concert No 2, performed by Ukrainian pianist Anna Fedorova, and an aria from Beethoven’s Fidelio performed by soprano Liudmyla Monastyrska.
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Bay Area weekend: Margaret Jenkins’ big milestone, SF Opera’s ‘Red Boat’

East Bay Times 15 Jun 2022
Here’s a look. Dance picks ... sjDANCEco ... Details ... Throughout her tenure as music director of the San Francisco Opera, Eun Sun Kim has offered a superb mix of precision and dynamism, earning accolades for her leadership in company productions such as Beethoven’s “Fidelio” and Puccini’s “Tosca.” ... Also on the program are Beethoven’s String Quartet No.
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Review: The L.A. Philharmonic protests. Who’s listening?

The Los Angeles Times 11 Jun 2022
Freedom and unity has been a broad theme over the last two months, highlighted by Beethoven’s two great hymns of liberation — his prison opera “Fidelio,” revelatory in its staging with Deaf West Theatre, and the Ninth Symphony given Dudamel’s grandly spiritual yet impatiently exuberant performance.
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Replacing a Russian star, a Ukrainian soprano graces the stage at The Metropolitan Opera House

ITV 12 May 2022
Play Brightcove video. Video report by US Correspondent Emma Murphy and words by Washington DC Producer Fred Dimbleby ... Liudmyla Monastyrska sings in the Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral of St ... Ms Monastyrska will sing the aria "Abscheulicher!" from Beethoven's Fidelio, a song of praise to humanity and peace in the face of violence. .
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Michael White’s classical news: Harrison Birtwistle; Ralph Vaughan Williams; Benjamin Grosvenor; Fidelio

Islington Tribune 05 May 2022
Beethoven’s one and only opera Fidelio is a clunky piece that’s rarely altogether satisfying as a stage experience ... Insula has a distinctive approach to whatever it does, and though this Fidelio is effectively a concert, it comes with action, lighting, dance and acrobats.
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The Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards: And the nominees are...

The Irish Times 30 Apr 2022
... last two years] and it must have been very frustrating for [artists] whose work was cut mid-way through, not really knowing what [their work] might have developed into.” The Irish National Opera’s production of Beethoven’s Fidelio at the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin in November 2021.
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Lise Davidsen is opera’s newest star

Economist 28 Apr 2022
The Queen of Norway flew to New York to see her first Met performance in Tchaikovsky’s “Queen of Spades” in 2019 and she won rave reviews for her turn as Leonore in Beethoven’s “Fidelio” at the Royal Opera in early 2020.
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Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra organized by Met, Polish operas

San Francisco Chronicle 26 Apr 2022
20 ... The tour will open at Teatr Wielki, the Polish National Opera, on July 28 and include a televised performance at the BBC Proms in London on July 31 ... 2 with Ukrainian Anna Fedorova, either BrahmsFourth Symphony or Dvorák’s Ninth Symphony, and Ukrainian soprano Liudmyla Monastyrska in “Abscheulicher! (You monster!)” from Beethoven’s “Fidelio.” ... .
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BBC Proms 2022: Ukrainian refugee orchestra among the line-up

BBC News 26 Apr 2022
2, with Ukrainian virtuoso Anna Fedorova; and the aria Abscheulicher! from Beethoven's Fidelio, a plea for humanity and peace in the face of violence and cruelty.
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Newsletter: In praise of an uncensored arts education

The Los Angeles Times 23 Apr 2022
two new ones, “Everything Rises,” which was commissioned by the UC Santa Barbara Arts & Lectures series, and Du Yun’s “In Our Daughter’s Eyes” at REDCAT; and a collaboration between Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Deaf West Theatre, of Beethoven’s “Fidelio.”.
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Review: Gustavo Dudamel and Deaf West Theatre vividly reimagine Beethoven's 'Fidelio' opera

Marietta Daily Journal 18 Apr 2022
Beethoven's "Fidelio" is a brave opera of liberation. It may also be a dramatically flawed opera, and one Beethoven anguished over longer than any of his other great works. But liberation itself is a flawed, fluid process that, as current ... .

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