Monthly Archives: February 2018

Review: Remarkable young talent a highlight of Saturday’s opera performance

The performance requirements are steep for Gaetano Donizetti’s “Lucia di Lammermoor,” currently in local revival, courtesy of Indiana University Opera … Continue reading Continue reading

Review: Pacifica transcends changing of the guard with ease

It seems as if it was painless, even without problems. That cannot have been totally so. When there are changes … Continue reading Continue reading

Review: Pacifica transcends changing of the guard with ease

It seems as if it was painless, even without problems. That cannot have been totally so. When there are changes … Continue reading Continue reading

Going for baroque: A chat with Eiddwen Harrhy

The name’s Eiddwen (IDE-when in “American”). Eiddwen Harrhy. (Ms. Harrhy if you’re nasty.) A renowned soprano and baroque opera specialist, … Continue reading Continue reading