LATEST NEWS AND REVIEWS
Opera Moderne is "A major new addition to New York’s operatic ecosphere" according to the New York Times.
A listing of our rave reviews for our production of Viktor Ullman's Der Kaiser von Atlantis:
"offer(s) unprecedented intensity and precision"
- Stefan Ender, der Standard
"perfect as most perfect on the remarkable ensemble"
- Michaela Preiner, European Cultural News
"This production boasted a well-honed cast of young singing actors."
- Eric Myers, Opera News
"an expert and witty performance" - John Yohalem, Parterre Box
"clever production" the "voices...were first-rate" - Paul Pelkonin, Super-Conductor
"another rousing success"..."The voices were excellent without exception."
- Meche Kroop, Voce di Meche
"illuminated every shade and shadow with conviction, spontaneity, and a sense of duty." - Steven Jude Tietjen, OperaPulse.com
"Opera Moderne repeats it's successful November production"
- Leslie, Kandell, Musical America
News and Reviews for Marrying Mozart a new Singspiel based on the novel by Stephanie Cowell:
"plain unadulterated fun" - Meche Kroop, Voce di Meche
"sparkling renditions...brilliant" - David M. Rice, Classical Source
Marrying Mozart: An Interview with Rebecca Greenstein, Director
- Sherry Davis, Modern Day Mozartian
A listing of our rave reviews for our production of Benjamin Britten's The Turn of the Screw:
"Gothic Tale Scored in Twists and Turns" - Steve Smith, New York Times
"A riveting performance..." - Meche Kroop, Voce di Meche
"I can not sing the praises of the cast highly enough."
- David Browning, Huffington Post
"Pacien Mazzagatti...shaped a fluid, emotionally varied performance with a very tight and able ensemble." - John Yohalem, Parterre.com
"a taut performance of Benjamin Britten's The Turn of the Screw"
- Paul Pelkonen, Superconductor
"This was my first time attending a performance by Opera Moderne, but I do not intend it to be the last." - Arthur S. Leonard, Leonard Link
Blacklists and Shadows Looming Over Composers, Opera Moderne Completes Its ‘Red Scare’ Series - Zachary Woolfe, New York Times
The Turn of the Screw is a New York Times, a New York Magazine and the City Arts Critic's Pick.
Through the Eyes of Women is Time Out New York's Critics' Pick of things to see.
Opera Moderne featured in an article on the WQXR Operavore Blog regarding the future of classical music.
Le Donne Curiose is Time Out New York's Critics' Pick of things to see.
REVIEW: The New York Times says "Young, committed artists; a sense of intimacy; interesting and eclectic programming: Opera Moderne... already has the qualities that used to attract audiences to City Opera."
To read the entire article, please visit: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/02/arts/music/opera-modernes-modern-tryst-at-the-galapagos-art-space-review.html
REVIEW: Parterre.com says " With reserves of talent this deep, their seasons musical success is all but guaranteed."
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