William Yannuzzi, 76, music director for opera company
'L'elisir' performance is satisfying, spirited
Rare performance of liturgical 'Sacred Service' a 'don't-miss' event
Sample tantalizing snippets of Domingo
Annual prize would boost already-thriving scene
Hitting the high notes of Mozart's life
Kirov Opera presents a stirring version of Verdi's 'Requiem'
Hearing 'a voice of God' in Mozart
Johansson sets otherwise dark 'Match' ablaze
'I love to play the piano, but I am not a pianist, so I draw. This is my way of being a musician.'
Maryland Hall series to mark Mozart's 250th birthday
Baltimore Glimpses: theatrical moments
'Homicide' features Love Riot Television: The local band will appear in the opening scene of Friday's episode.
Hazel Lail Nolen, 77, beautician, real estate...
This music man never stays idle Conductor: J. Ernest Green directs the Annapolis Chorale and three subgroups, is music director of a church, conducts for an opera guild and a summer opera festival, and has remodeled his house and rebuilt a boat.
Champagne-sipping, shopping mixed well at Evergreen event
Bouquets to Peabody's 'Figaro'
Dean of city's cantors to celebrate 30th year Milestone service at Oheb Shalom today
Soviero shines in the lead of fine 'Madama Butterfly' Opera review
A half-century of operatic wandering finally ends expanded Lyric, the Baltimore Opera Company has a place it can now call home.
IN GOOD HANDS In Russia, those who know him and his work burst with emotion over Yuri Temirkanov and his future with the BSO.
Master class puts artists through their paces
Opera president nurtures company But she'll surrender control next year
In British opera, a house divided
Casting director wins Charm City Award Honor: Pat Moran of 'Homicide' cited by Women in Film & Video of Maryland.
This 'Don Giovanni' lacks unifying focus Music: Aspects of Solti's recording of the Mozart opera shine, but the whole disappoints.
'Falstaff' almost entirely successful
Her life is like a song Role: A 30-second appearance as a French singer is a dream come true for a local soprano and her very proud father.
Making Shakespeare sing Music: 'Merry Wives of Windsor' was essentially a bust for the Bard. Verdi turned it on its ear, and the rest is operatic history.
Post office named for a star of opera Lilypons: Tiny office operated from 1932 to 1963 at waterlily company.
Opera group meets challenge
Big deals: BSO tour, Bruckner Program: The orchestra hopes to repeat its earlier successes abroad, and Zinman's performances of Bruckner will be his last ones as director; Fine Arts Preview
Solti's legacy and the search for excellence Appreciation: Hyperbole aside, renowned conductor excelled at running and promoting an orchestra. As the BSO and others will find, such talent is increasingly rare.
Opera titan Bing dies
The most spectacular and romantic art form Opera: A few very accessible books and you will know all you need to enjoy it immensely.; Instant Culture
Opera box office has good reason to sing Success: Baltimore company earns a third consecutive year in the black, thanks to fund-raising and subscription sales.
Great pianist passes from world's stage Appreciation: Sviatoslav Richter, a towering figure in the world of classical music, dies in Moscow.
Marie M. vonParis Feeney, 86, ran family moving company
Annapolis Opera to open park series Summer concerts set at Quiet Waters site
On The Edge Skating: The Next Ice Age is radically redefining America's ideas about ice-skating and dance. The Baltimore-based company performs at Kennedy Center next week.
A likable performance Music review: All in all, young singers bring strength to their roles in 'Romeo et Juliette.'
Love and money spark 'Merry Widow' to waltz
WMC CONCERTS TO INCLUDE JAZZ, OPERA, RECITALS
DUNAWAY MASTERFUL AS CALLOUS CALLAS
A Difficult Woman Image: Some people call Faye Dunaway "difficult." She calls herself a perfectionist.
Come on, Disney, give your sources their credit
A Glorious Journey For 26 years, Nathan Carter has been inspiring the Morgan State University Choir to ever greater heights. This time, the destination is Carnegie Hall and a historic tribute to Marian Anderson.
Tenor makes good, sings for home folks.
Baltimore Opera shines like Verdi's odd gem
Marton energizes rarely heard 'Elektra' Review: Washington production has the soprano who can compete with the biggest orchestra in all opera.