Posts tagged Opera
Soprano Leah Crocetto Draws From Life, Releases Emotion With Powerful Voice

It’s impossible to be a good artist and not to draw from life. Every time American soprano Leah Crocetto performs, there is an aspect of herself in the performance.

“I don’t necessarily think it’s ‘method acting’ a la Stanislavsky, but rather it’s just a part of it. I am who and what I am, and that bleeds into every performance,” she said.

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How To Make Back-To-Back Role Debuts: Stephen Costello

Over the coming months, Stephen Costello – “the all-American tenor … at the top of his game” (Opera News) – makes a pair of back-to-back leading role debuts. This summer he returns to Spain for his house and role debuts as Fernand in a new production of Donizetti’s La favorite at Barcelona’s Gran Teatre del Liceu (July 10–24). Then fall brings his first performances as Don José in Bizet’s Carmen at the Dallas Opera, where the Tucker Award-winning tenor is already a firm house favorite (Oct 19–Nov 4).

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