Want a sneak peak at the program book that will be distributed to our audience starting February 6? Here’s your chance to read through the entire program book and get a real handle on the story (synopsis) of The Florentine Straw Hat. It’s complicated so do yourself a favour and read up!
Mezzo-Soprano Charlotte Burrage has been chosen to be a part of the Canadian Opera Company’s prestigious Ensemble Studio. Read more about the young artist program and Charlotte’s success in Trish Crawford’s article in the Toronto Star. http://www.thestar.com/entertainment/music/article/1312566–meet-the-canadian-opera-company-s-newest-members
BY DAVID GORDON DUKE, SPECIAL TO THE SUN DECEMBER 28, 2012 Vancouver connoisseurs of vocal music are well aware of soprano Simone Osborne, a local now well on her way to a high-powered singing career. Last season she sang the title role in Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette for Vancouver Opera; she starts the new year […]
Preparing the role of Hansel, in the opera Hansel and Gretel, has been a wonderful and somewhat challenging experience. I have never had to play the role of a boy on stage before, so this brought a whole new element into my acting and movement on stage. It’s difficult trying to bring out a masculine […]