Jul7 27, 2010 Washingtonian features Kenneth Kellogg This month’s Washingtonian magazine features a terrific article on Kenneth Kellogg, who grew up in D.C. and has returned home to make debuts at Wolf Trap Opera and Washington National Opera this season. Click here to download the full article.
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July 6, 2010 Vocal Colors – A Vibrant Fusion of Arts Onstage Click to download release here.
Part Two of Anne Midgette’s survey of new American opera ran in the Post yesterday, and we got some nice ink for our recent and future commissioning activity. (Do click through – it’s a good read.) Part One ran last Sunday, on the day of our WTOC Artist Welcome Reception, and quite a few donors
July 3, 2010 New Opera: Good Things Come in Small Packages Hot off the presses today at the Wolf Trap Opera Company is an interview with WTOC Director Kim Pensinger Witman, which features prominently in the second of Anne Midgette’s two-part analysis of the future of American Opera in the Washington Post. The article includes
June 9, 2010 Wolf Trap Lets Audience Choose Ending to Mozart’s Unfinished Opera The Washington Post previews our new production of Zaide, which opens our 2010 summer season this weekend! Click Here.
Google alerts are part of my professional lifeblood. This month,there’s one set to notify me daily of any news with the word “Zaide” in it. This is what I have learned in the last few days: “zaide” or “zayde” is Yiddish for Grandfather. Over at “180 Days with Mozart and Me“, Bill is working his
Yes, I’m still here, having fallen prey to the dreaded blog equation. The faster life rolls at you, the more there is to write about, and the fewer hours you have to do it with… I couldn’t let today pass without pointing you toward columnist John Kelly’s “Appreciating the Tenor of Opera Company Life,” in