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González and Moore as Tatyana and Onegin in the heated finale to Act III of Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin. (photo: Jeff Roffman)

Atlanta Opera digs deep into self-destructive relationships with Eugene Onegin

Mark Gresham | 05 NAR 2019 Last Saturday at the Cobb Energy Centre, The Atlanta Opera presented the first of four performances of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin at the Cobb Energy Centre. Three performances remain: tonight (Tuesday, March […]

Atlanta Opera will reprise its 2014 production of Puccini's Madama Butterfly as part of its 2019-20 season.

The Atlanta Opera announces 2019-20 season celebrating 40th anniversary

Mark Gresham | 14 FEB 2019 @ 8:05am ET When better than Valentine’s Day to reveal plans for a season of operas based on risky relationships? “Dangerous Liaisons” is the overarching theme of The Atlanta Opera’s upcoming 2019-20 season, […]

Baritone Michael Mayes is the quintessential Joseph De Rocher. (credit: Tom Grosscup)

Dead Man Walking comes alive in new Atlanta Opera production

Mark Gresham | 28 JAN 2019 This Saturday, The Atlanta Opera kicks off a four-performance run of a contemporary operatic masterpiece, Dead Man Walking, by composer Jake Heggie and librettist Terrence McNally. Since its premiere in 2000, Dead Man […]

Review: Atlanta Opera’s “Out of Darkness: Two Remain” makes for emotionally powerful drama

by Mark Gresham | 11 APR 2018 The Atlanta Opera is halfway through their latest Discovery Series production, “Out of Darkness: Two Remain,” by composer Jake Heggie and librettist Gene Scheer. I attended on Friday night, the second performance […]