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Mozart's Masterpiece

The world's greatest womanizer brings sex appeal to Houston Grand Opera's Don Giovanni

By Theodore Bale

It was hot and brazenly humid the morning I left my faded old hotel in Prague’s Wenceslas Square and walked towards the Vltava River. After crossing over one of the city’s magnific ...

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Did Richard Strauss get it right? Texas Music Festival ponders what happens after death with epic Superman opus

By Joel Luks

It's often said that good composers borrow, great composers steal. Immortal composers are those from whom great composers steal. Though some may not be able to hum the melodies of Richard S ...

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Christine Goerke steals the show in disappointing HGO production of Ariadne auf Naxos

By Theodore Bale

It is reasonable to want Houston Grand Opera to finish what has been a revelatory season with its crowning achievement, a definitive performance of Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal’s ...

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It's complicated: HGO's Ariadne auf Naxos celebrates the beauty of contradiction

By Joseph Campana

Tragedies terrorize, comedies titillate. Richard Strauss’s unconventional Ariadne auf Naxos complicates. Spectacular death and sexual shenanigans are the stuff of opera. So is the beauty ...

The Arthropologist

Greek drama gone wild: Houston arts groups get ancient, reimagine classical themes

By Nancy Wozny

The House of Atreus gets a make-over as Houston hands the keys to the city over to Dionysus this spring, with some delicious reimagining of classical themes. The mythmastering begins tonight at ...

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