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Palm Beach Opera – Mozart’s Così fan tutte – Hailey Clark, Samantha Hankey, Duke Kim, Thomas Glass, Dennis Jesse & Madison Leonard; Directed By Fenlon Lamb; Conducted By David Stern

Palm Beach Opera assembled an outstanding cast, including four recent Metropolitan Opera Grand Finals winners, for this marvelous production of Così fan tutte. The younger singers are anchored by Dennis Jesse, a veteran of American regional opera, who is a standout as Don Alfonso, convincingly clever as he engineers the machinations of the plot, beginning […]

Palm Beach Opera – Mozart’s Così fan tutte – Hailey Clark, Samantha Hankey, Duke Kim, Thomas Glass, Dennis Jesse & Madison Leonard; Directed By Fenlon Lamb; Conducted By David Stern Read More »

Palm Beach Opera – Donizetti’s’s L’Elisir d’amore. Photo - Bruce Bennett

Palm Beach Opera – Donizetti’s’s L’Elisir d’amore – Andriana Chuchman, Mario Chang, Alexey Lavrov, Musa Ngqungwana & Alexandra Razskazoff; directed by Fenlon Lamb; conducted by David Stern

Palm Beach Opera continues its sixtieth anniversary season with Donizetti’s ever-popular L’Elisir d’amore. In this delightful production, her sixth for the company, Fenlon Lamb has outdone herself, her direction enabling the outstanding cast to bring all the comedic nuances to life as well as making the gradual development of the romance between Adina and Nemorino

Palm Beach Opera – Donizetti’s’s L’Elisir d’amore – Andriana Chuchman, Mario Chang, Alexey Lavrov, Musa Ngqungwana & Alexandra Razskazoff; directed by Fenlon Lamb; conducted by David Stern Read More »

Palm Beach Opera — Georges Bizet’s Carmen — Zachary Nelson as Escamillo. Photo - Bruce Bennett

Palm Beach Opera – Bizet’s Carmen – J’Nai Bridges, Jonathan Burton, Zachary Nelson & Amanda Woodbury; directed by Garnett Bruce; conducted by Antonello Allemandi

Palm Beach Opera, celebrating its sixtieth anniversary, launched its 2022 season with a highly entertaining production of Bizet’s Carmen. Starring in the title role, J’Nai Bridges superbly embodied, both vocally and dramatically, Carmen’s indomitable spirit and seductiveness, beginning with her habañera (‘L’amour est un oiseau rebelle’), declaring her philosophy of life and love. She exuded irresistible sexuality in the seguidilla (‘Près

Palm Beach Opera – Bizet’s Carmen – J’Nai Bridges, Jonathan Burton, Zachary Nelson & Amanda Woodbury; directed by Garnett Bruce; conducted by Antonello Allemandi Read More »

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