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July 30, 2013

 

Michael Linert and Alice Baldwin

Countertenor Michael Linert Embraces Mystery At The Waldron

IU Jacobs School student Michael Linert gives an audience at the John Waldron Arts Center a "countertenor rush."

May 1, 2013

 

A woman wearing pearl earrings smiles into the camera

Patricia Wise: WFIU’s Featured Artist for May

Patricia Wise is retiring from the Jacobs School of Music after a decades long operatic career in the United States and Europe.

April 11, 2013

 

trio from the finale

Shakespeare’s ‘Fat Jack’ Sings!

...a lecherous braggart, a boaster, a liar, a cheat, a coward and a bit on the heavy side...

April 2, 2013

 

Falstaff and

Falstaff And The AARP

"I empathize with {Falstaff] more and more, and he gives me great humor at my age." Robin Guardino

March 12, 2013

 

roundabout opera for kids performing in gymnasium

Roundabout Opera For Kids Entertains, Engages Students

The Roundabout Opera For Kids has been commissioning new operas for kids and performing them in schools across Bloomington for seven years.

February 25, 2013

 

a dramatic moment from Akhnaten

Akhnaten: Revolution Modern And Ancient!

"I’ve tried to create flow of action through the scenes. It’s imperative that this world become very clear and very human." stage director Candace Evans

February 18, 2013

 

two cast members flank the director and costume diesigner

‘Akhnaten’: Revolution In Egypt

The Indiana University Opera Theater presents Philip Glass' protrayal of the biography of Pharoah Akhnaten.

February 4, 2013

 

dancing mime and fiery minx

Xerxes: The Lighter Side Of Handel

Indiana University Opera Theater's "Xerxes" aims to catch your eye, your ear, and your sense of humor.

January 29, 2013

 

costume designs

Xerxes: Handel’s Comedy Of A Clueless King

"It's kind of amazing how much in the dark my character is." - Amanda Russo on Xerxes

December 27, 2012

 

On stage, a tattooed man holds a wand over a shadowy pool of simulated water

Saturday Opera Preview: Adès’ The Tempest

English composer Thomas Adés' opera is a characteristically imaginative setting of Shakespeare's play.

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