Eric Myers

Review: ‘Cendrillon’

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Populux design runs riot in this sprightly updating of Massenet's "Cendrillon." Cinderella is a fairy tale so iconically familiar it can be adapted to just about any era. Here, director-choreographer…

Review: ‘Il Trovatore’

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Opera fans familiar with the standard performing edition of "Il Trovatore" were treated to a change of pace on Saturday night, when Caramoor Festival's resident bel canto expert, Will Crutchfield…

Review: ‘Otello’

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Those familiar with Verdi's monumental operahouse staple "Otello" got a rare chance Wednesday at Carnegie Hall to hear the version composed 71 years earlier by Gioachino Rossini. Written just after…

Review: ‘Tancredi’

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Ewa Podles has enjoyed two decades of operatic superstardom in Europe, yet she has been routinely ignored by the Metropolitan Opera. A true contralto, the lowest and rarest of all female voices…

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