Monday, February 20, 2012

Rufus wainwright prima donna

  • NEW YORK - Rufus Wainwrights Prima Donna took an unusual path to its United States premiere, switching companies and sopranos.
  • (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
  • Pop star composer Rufus Wainwright is finally poised to unveil his original operatic score in the New York City Opera's production of "Prima Donna," which will open at BAM on Feb. 19.
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  • Rufus Wainwright does in fact like that kind of thing, and now he tosses his hat into the arena alongside Puccini, Verdi and Wagner. Wainwright's debut opus, "Prima Donna," makes its American debut on Feb.
  • (New York Post)
  • Rufus Wainwright's Prima Donna; and for children, Punchdrunk's Crash of the Elysium and Oily Cart's Something in the Air. Under his leadership, MIF commissioned the J.S.
  • (Art Daily)
  • Ogren's critically acclaimed performances with New York City Opera have led to another re-invitation and he will return to the New York City Opera to conduct performances of Rufus Wainwright's opera Prima Donna.
  • (Broadway World)
  • Then, on Friday night, stop by BAM for one of the very first performances of Rufus Wainwright's brand new opera, "Prima Donna." • On Saturday, take a few hours and read a book — it's good for you, after all.
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  • La Traviata is at BAM through the end of the week, making way for Rufus Wainwrights Prima Donna. All tickets to the BAM performances are just $25 and at that price they are selling out quickly.
  • (NY1)
  • New York City Opera returns to BAM Sunday to Feb. 25 with a bolder choice — the U.S. premiere of Rufus Wainwright's "Prima Donna," featuring gifted soprano Melody Moore. Where: BAM Howard Gilman Opera House, 30 Lafayette Ave.
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  • It did and the company pushes on. Next up is the American premiere of a new opera by pop singer Rufus Wainwright called "Prima Donna.
  • (Los Angeles Times)
  • Rufus Wainwrights debut opus, Prima Donna, will make its U.S. debut Feb. 19 for the New York City Opera at the Brooklyn Academy of Music for four shows, according to the New York Post.
  • (Windy City Times)

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