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Praised by the most recent OPERA NEWS in a review of the fall’s recent Los Angeles Opera opening production, Simon Williams writes “Peabody Southwell’s Flora was a miniature masterpiece, as it mixed the lethal nastiness of the demi-mondaine with moments of sincerest sentiment — the world of La Traviata in a nutshell!” Full review is available here.
‘Agrippina’ the mother of bad love stories By Casey Logan / World-Herald staff writer OPERA OMAHA: “AGRIPPINA” It opens here on Valentine’s Day with a scene from the worst Mother’s Day ever: Agrippina, wife of the Roman Emperor Claudius, in bed with Nero, her son from another marriage. And things get seedier (if less incestuously suggestive) from […]
Los Angeles Opera’s mounting of the Barrie Kosky and 1927 production of “The Magic Flute” features Southwell as the Third Lady. Tickets are available via the LA Opera website here.
Opera Omaha’s marketing for 2013-2014 features mezzo soprano Peabody Southwell as the women of their “Breaking Boundaries” season featuring leading mezzo roles: Carmen, Agrippina, and Angelina in Rossini’s La Cenerentola. Peabody will perform the title role in Handel’s AGRIPPINA at the Orpheum Theater in February 2014.
New World Symphony Video Première of Netia Jones Will Bring Kaleidoscopic Visions of Winter to Miami and Chicago Classicalist- Sep 13, 2013 10:12 PM EDT | Louise Burton Video artist Netia Jones used microscopic images taken from winter landscapes in her video installation for a NWS performance of Niccolò Castiglioni’s ‘Inverno In-Ver.’ (Photo : […]
Hear excerpts from Chicago Opera Theater’s production of María de Buenos Aires LIVE on Chicago’s classical station 98.7 WFMT APRIL 24TH at 3:00 PM.
by John von Rhein | Classical music critic Andreas Mitisek is only half-kidding when he says he’s lost count as to exactly how many hats he will be sporting for the production of “Maria de Buenos Aires” his Chicago Opera Theater will open Saturday night at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance. The company’s […]
Review: Conlon conducts an inspired ‘Rape of Lucretia’ at Colburn In “The Rape of Lucretia,” Colburn conservatory student Melody Lee plays the violin in front of Daniel Armstrong, left, and Benjamin Bliss. (Philip Pirolo / April 5, 2013) By Richard S. GinellApril 5, 2013, 12:51 p.m. The Britten year in Los Angeles has begun with […]