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Where's the magic? Stellar singing can't redeem HGO's mundane Magic Flute

By Joseph Campana

Everyone wants to be over the moon. When the iconic Queen of the Night, in Houston Grand Opera’s production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute, appeared beneath a large crescent moon, I as ...


The Review Is In

Power & mercy: Houston Grand Opera's Don Carlos is an epic that hits on a personal level

By Theodore Bale

Such a grand web of emotion, history, and musical thinking is contained in Verdi’s epic Don Carlos that the experience of it is psychologically complicated. I’m extremely grateful to Ho ...


HGO season opener

Hunky Nathan Gunn & all-star cast poised to make classic Barber of Seville look easy

By Joseph Campana

Everyone needs a good stylist. But being a barber is no easy thing: just ask Figaro. This week the Houston Grand Opera opens its 57th season with Gioachino Rossini's The Barber of Seville, ...


Conductor Search

The wildcard candidate: Mark Wigglesworth practices baton war, rebukes cellphone users & Symphony jumps

By Joel Luks

With a name like Wigglesworth, you are either a pompous feline in need of constant pampering, a Harry Potter character or just British. Given what the Houston Symphony has had on stage — Nora ...


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