Tag Archives: Atlanta Opera

Tomer Zvulun, general and artistic director of The Atlanta Opera. (source: The Atlanta Opera)

Video: An update from The Atlanta Opera

EarRelevant Staff | 15 APR 2020 In an article on April 6, The Atlanta Opera acts boldly with brave new moves for 2020-21 season, we outlined the Atlanta Opera’s updated plans for its 2020-21 season production schedule — updates […]

A different pandemic, romanticized: Maria Luigia Borsi and Gianluca Terranova in The Atlanta Opera's 2015 production of Puccini's "La bohème." The highly popular opera, in which tuburculosis plays a pivotal role, returns in the company's 2020-21 season.(credit: Jeff Roffman)

The Atlanta Opera acts boldly with brave new moves for 2020-21 season

Mark Gresham | 06 APR 2020 @ 6am ET In the midst of the growling COVID-19 pandemic and a new statewide shelter-in-place order to go into effect that evening, on Friday The Atlanta Opera announced the postponement of the […]

Lauren Allmeyer , The Atlanta Opera's assistant costume shop manager and wardrobe supervisor, sews a medical mask (left) then shapes it (photo courtesy of The Atlanta Opera)

The Atlanta Opera to craft medical masks for area hospitals

EarRelevant Staff* | 24 MAR 2020 @ 6:00am ET (last updated 31 MAR 2020 @ 9:30pm ET) ATLANTA, GA—  On Monday evening The Atlanta Opera announced that it has partnered with Grady Health System to craft medical masks for […]

Atlanta Opera performs "Porgy and Bess" March 7 -15. (credit: Karli Cadel / Glimmerglass Festival, 2017)

THIS WEEK: March 4 – 10, 2020

★ Posted on Mondays, the listings are for Wednesday through the following Tuesday. TOP LIVE & LOCAL · BROADCASTS & STREAMS TOP LIVE & LOCAL THU/5 & SAT/7 ATLANTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA · Atlanta Symphony Hall @ 8pm. Emmanuel Villaume, […]

Review: Atlanta Opera’s Salomé is nonstop psychological thriller

Mark Gresham | 28 JAN 2020 When Richard Strauss completed his opera, Salomé, in 1905, Sigmund Freud and his psychological theories were in their heyday. “On Psychotherapy,” “Psychopathic Characters on the Stage” and “Three Essays on the Theory of […]