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‘Aida’ thrills local opera goers
3 Aug 13 / Cincinnati Herald
Aida climaxes Cincinnati opera season
1 Aug 13 / ConcertoNet (English)
Grandeur and intimacy in poignant Aida
23 Jul 13 / Seen and Heard

Galileo Galilei

Cincinnati Opera

Visually arresting and dramatically cohesive
23 Jul 13 / Seen and Heard

Don Giovanni

Cincinnati Opera

Stylish “Giovanni” with perfectly delicious cast
15 Jun 13 / Seen and Heard

La Traviata

Cincinnati Opera

A ‘Traviata’ to treasure
28 Jul 12 / Cincinnati Enquirer

Porgy and Bess

Cincinnati Opera

Porgy and Bess as Gershwin intended
1 Jul 12 / Music in Cincinnati
Forgetting their troubles with song: Porgy and Bess
30 Jun 12 / Cincinnati Enquirer

Gianni Schicchi

Cincinnati Opera

Opera's double bill wonderful mix of comedy, tragedy
17 Jun 12 / Cincinnati Enquirer


Cincinnati Opera

Opera's double bill wonderful mix of comedy, tragedy
17 Jun 12 / Cincinnati Enquirer

Die Zauberflöte

Cincinnati Opera

Cincinnati Opera's 'Magic Flute' plays sweetly
29 Jul 11 / Cincinnati Enquirer

Eugene Onegin

Cincinnati Opera

Passion fills Cincinnati Opera’s Eugene Onegin
16 Jul 11 / ConcertoNet (English)
'Onegin' singers thrilling
16 Jul 11 / Cincinnati Enquirer

A Flowering Tree

Cincinnati Opera

Cincinnati Opera’s A Flowering Tree packs a sensory wallop
3 Jul 11 / ConcertoNet (English)
‘Flowering Tree’ mesmerizes
2 Jul 11 / Cincinnati Enquirer


Cincinnati Opera

Rigoletto the Il Duce way
18 Jun 11 / ConcertoNet (English)
'Rigoletto' full of fine performances
18 Jun 11 / Cincinnati Enquirer

La bohème

Cincinnati Opera

Cincinnati Opera's fine, newer Bohemians
23 Jul 10 / Cincinnati Enquirer


Cincinnati Opera

Villain stands out in opera's 'Otello'
9 Jul 10 / Cincinnati Enquirer

Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

Cincinnati Opera

Cincinnati Opera’s glorious ‘Meistersinger’
26 Jun 10 / Cincinnati Enquirer


Cincinnati Opera

Cincinnati Opera offers a brief, brilliant departure from opera tradition
13 Jul 09 / Cincinnati City Beat

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Articles about Cincinnati Opera

Cincinnati Opera announces new expansion project, seasons

The 2013 season will begin on June 9 with Opera in the Park, a free public concert in Washington Park. Details for 2014 and 2015 also announced.
28 Jul 2012 / Cincinnati Enquirer

Opera singers make their marriage work

Life can be complicated when you have two soaring opera careers under the same roof. Ailyn Pérez and Stephen Costello estimate that in their first two years of marriage, they were together for five months.
22 Jul 2012 / Cincinnati Enquirer

Cincinnati Opera sees first budget deficit in 22 years

For the first time in 22 years, Cincinnati Opera will post a deficit for the fiscal year that ended last month. The company fell short by nearly $300,000.
20 Sep 2011 / Cincinnati Enquirer

Opera ticket sales down, but music thrilled

Cincinnati Opera finished its 91st season short of attendance and ticket income goals, but opera lovers enjoyed artistic highlights throughout the four-opera season.
15 Aug 2011 / Cincinnati Enquirer

Cincinnati Opera will do 'Porgy and Bess' next summer

Cincinnati Opera's 92nd season will feature the company premiere of "Porgy and Bess," a Verdi favorite - "La Traviata" - and a double bill of Leoncavallo's "Pagliacci" and Puccini's "Gianni Schicchi."
29 Jul 2011 / Cincinnati Enquirer
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