7 Results for “Venetian Theater”

A Rich History of Beautiful Singing at Caramoor

By Vivien Schweitzer
Originally appeared in the 2017 Summer Season Program Book

Since the founding two decades ago of a summer program dedicated to early 19th century Italian opera, the beautiful Caramoor estate has become a sort of Bel Canto Bayreuth. Many local opera fans have made an annual summer pilgrimage to hear rising stars and established artists perform repertory staples and rarities by Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, and Verdi.

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If Peter Oundjian has a baton, he will travel

Originally published by WAG
By Georgette Gouveia

He had carved out a distinguished career as the first violinist of the acclaimed Tokyo String Quartet. But focal dystonia, a repetitive stress condition, in his left hand increasingly hampered the intricate motor skills needed to finger the violin. Read more