TREACHEROUS VILLAIN – Interview with baritone Gary Simpson

Giuseppe Verdi’s affinity towards baritones was so strong that he momentarily considered naming his opera “Iago” instead of “OTELLO”. Furthermore, he and his librettist Boito were both men of the theater, as was, of course, Shakespeare himself, and despite the

TREACHEROUS VILLAIN – Interview with baritone Gary Simpson

Giuseppe Verdi’s affinity towards baritones was so strong that he momentarily considered naming his opera “Iago” instead of “OTELLO”. Furthermore, he and his librettist Boito were both men of the theater, as was, of course, Shakespeare himself, and despite the

ESULTATE!! Interview with John Tsotsoros

CT Lyric Opera and the CT Virtuosi Orchestra will have plenty to “exult” over when they rise to the glorious challenge of Verdi’s monumental “OTELLO”, which will close the company’s ninth season of presenting exciting opera throughout the state. This

ESULTATE!! Interview with John Tsotsoros

CT Lyric Opera and the CT Virtuosi Orchestra will have plenty to “exult” over when they rise to the glorious challenge of Verdi’s monumental “OTELLO”, which will close the company’s ninth season of presenting exciting opera throughout the state. This

IN THE PAPERS – “MAGNUM OPUS ENDING ON A GOOD NOTE” – HERALD ARTICLE

By LIZ newberg – STAFF WRITER FOR NEW BRITAIN HERALD – NEW BRITAIN — Classical music is trendy. At least that’s what Adrian Sylveen and Nancy Judd would like you to know. “We’re trendsetters in terms of our collaboration,” Judd,

IN THE PAPERS – “MAGNUM OPUS ENDING ON A GOOD NOTE” – HERALD ARTICLE

By LIZ newberg – STAFF WRITER FOR NEW BRITAIN HERALD – NEW BRITAIN — Classical music is trendy. At least that’s what Adrian Sylveen and Nancy Judd would like you to know. “We’re trendsetters in terms of our collaboration,” Judd,

Shakespeare in Opera & Symphony

“Invitation to readers from Larry Kellum” Dear Readers, We at CTClassicalmagazine cordially invite you to participate in a “trivia” music quiz! Have some fun, google some research, and send in your responses! Answers will be published next issue…….. Here is

Shakespeare in Opera & Symphony

“Invitation to readers from Larry Kellum” Dear Readers, We at CTClassicalmagazine cordially invite you to participate in a “trivia” music quiz! Have some fun, google some research, and send in your responses! Answers will be published next issue…….. Here is

VIOLIN PRODIGY KENTA NOMURA TO BE FEATURED AS SOLOIST IN THE MAGNUM OPUS

Violinist Kenta Nomura will be performing the first movement of the Tchaikovsky’s violin concerto on April 15th at Welte Hall at CCSU. for more information about the concert please click here >>> Kenta Nomura started his violin studies at the age

VIOLIN PRODIGY KENTA NOMURA TO BE FEATURED AS SOLOIST IN THE MAGNUM OPUS

Violinist Kenta Nomura will be performing the first movement of the Tchaikovsky’s violin concerto on April 15th at Welte Hall at CCSU. for more information about the concert please click here >>> Kenta Nomura started his violin studies at the age

MAGNA DIVA FOR MAGNUM OPUS – Interview with Connecticut soprano Jurate Svedaite

On Sunday April 15 at 4pm, taxes will be completed and musicians from both the CT Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra and the New Britain Symphony will join forces with guest soloist Jurate Svedaite for what promises to be an evening of

MAGNA DIVA FOR MAGNUM OPUS – Interview with Connecticut soprano Jurate Svedaite

On Sunday April 15 at 4pm, taxes will be completed and musicians from both the CT Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra and the New Britain Symphony will join forces with guest soloist Jurate Svedaite for what promises to be an evening of

NEW BRITAIN SYMPHONY AND THE CONNECTICUT VIRTUOSI PRESENT FINAL MAGNUM OPUS CONCERT FOR 2011-2012

By Martha Perry, for the NBS-CVO The third and final collaborative concert in the 2011-2012 New Britain Symphony-Connecticut Virtuosi Magnum Opus Series takes place on Sunday, April 15, at 4:00 p.m. in Welte Hall at CCSU. The program, offered under

NEW BRITAIN SYMPHONY AND THE CONNECTICUT VIRTUOSI PRESENT FINAL MAGNUM OPUS CONCERT FOR 2011-2012

By Martha Perry, for the NBS-CVO The third and final collaborative concert in the 2011-2012 New Britain Symphony-Connecticut Virtuosi Magnum Opus Series takes place on Sunday, April 15, at 4:00 p.m. in Welte Hall at CCSU. The program, offered under

MUSIC FIT FOR KINGS

Musical celebrations of the Holy week in New Britain begin on Palm Sunday, April 1 when the New Britain Chorale and the Polonia Paderewski Chorus (celebrating its 60th anniversary!) will unite with the Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, under the baton

MUSIC FIT FOR KINGS

Musical celebrations of the Holy week in New Britain begin on Palm Sunday, April 1 when the New Britain Chorale and the Polonia Paderewski Chorus (celebrating its 60th anniversary!) will unite with the Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, under the baton

ALEKSANDRA KAMINSKA PRESENTED RECITAL AT POLISH FOUNDATION IN NEW BRITAIN

The event took place on Thursday, March 15, 7PM at the Wesoly House at 27 Grove Hill, New Britain, CT. Polish mezzo-soprano Aleksandra Kaminska presented an evening of Polish songs by Karlowicz, Chopin and much more. Ms. Kaminska took part

ALEKSANDRA KAMINSKA PRESENTED RECITAL AT POLISH FOUNDATION IN NEW BRITAIN

The event took place on Thursday, March 15, 7PM at the Wesoly House at 27 Grove Hill, New Britain, CT. Polish mezzo-soprano Aleksandra Kaminska presented an evening of Polish songs by Karlowicz, Chopin and much more. Ms. Kaminska took part

EVE SUMMER STAGES MOZART’S COSI FAN TUTTE WITH CLO AND CT VIRTUOSI

by John Deredita Connecticut VIrtuosi Chamber Orchestra and Connecticut Lyric Opera are pleased to announce the second production of its 2011-2012 performance season, Mozart’s spoof on love and fidelity, Così fan tutte (Women are like that). This fully staged opera

EVE SUMMER STAGES MOZART’S COSI FAN TUTTE WITH CLO AND CT VIRTUOSI

by John Deredita Connecticut VIrtuosi Chamber Orchestra and Connecticut Lyric Opera are pleased to announce the second production of its 2011-2012 performance season, Mozart’s spoof on love and fidelity, Così fan tutte (Women are like that). This fully staged opera