BSO awarded grant for Talent Week
Reported loss of audiences for the arts is serious, but also greatly exaggerated
Book brigade to carry volumes to new St. John's College library
Cast of Characters Supernumeraries: As soldiers, executioners or temple priests, regular folks give a little bit extra to the Baltimore Opera Company's productions.
Baltimore Opera mounts lovely, well-cast 'Tosca'
'Tosca' tenor has big-time potential Preview: Singer appearing in Baltimore has been likened to a young Placido Domingo.
Tenor frenzy in New York
Murder, intrigue, lust, 'Tosca'
Great opera choruses in spotlight at concert Navy, Goucher ensembles to perform at Alumni Hall
TRUE TO HER CONVICTIONS Five years ago, Janice Chandler gave up a chance at music fame because of her religious beliefs. Today, she is again poised on the threshold of a brilliant career, with her principles intact.
Opera excerpts hit right note in big crowd Larger setting works well for 'Six Operas'
Culture and the city live D.C. development: Bold move to turn vacant department store into grand opera house.
D.C. opera ends season with fine 'Cosi'
Baltimore Opera takes full advantage of Bizet's limited 'The Pearl Fishers' Opera review: The composer's first full opera is no 'Carmen,' but the local company makes the most of its gorgeous melodies.
D.C. opera's 'Mefistofele' is delightful, almost campy
Art lessons in English are available in France Summer school: American institutions and instructors are involved in classes in Paris and the provinces in June, July and August.
Webber without spectacle Music review: The composer's "Music of the Night," from "Superstar" to "Sunset Boulevard," fills the stage with songs.
Music is prime in revue at Lyric Singer: Colm Wilkinson is vocal in praise of the work of Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Looking for bad Faulknerian prose Contest: Winner gets to read his or her work in Oxford, Miss., during the 1996 Yoknapatawpha Conference.
Hitting high and low notes Disharmony: Television show peeks backstage at London's Royal Opera House. It's not a hTC pretty sight.
Soprano dominates 'Werther'
Rediscovered 'Betrothal in a Dream' has remarkable music and staging
A blizzard of good will accompanied the storm
Joys of 'Werther'
Stuehlers hold holiday soiree at Belvedere
Singing with high energy Music review: Its charm and vigor make the Washington Opera's "Barber of Seville" a cut above the rest.
Opera company puts 32nd vocal competition on the spring schedule Prizes: Singers are invited to enter competition for scholarships and cash awards.
Beethoven's 225th celebrated today Annapolis quintet to offer musicale of early works
We play in the major leagues in music, art, medicine and baseball why not dance?
Washington Opera makes 'forgotten' Verdi memorable
Singers excel in Kennedy Center's production of Strauss' 'Der Rosenkavalier'
Baltimore Opera's 'Merry Widow' is grand operetta
Opera Ball sets stage for a $110,000 windfall
Kiss of the Playwright Popular plays: Tony winner Terrence McNally's works are taking off all over the country.
The back of the house moves to the fore Lyrical coda: Opera house's addition will create spaces for performers and an exciting view for passers-by.
'Dial' has many wrong numbers Theater review: In a too-large setting at the Lyric Opera House, Frederick Knott's tight, little suspense drama "Dial 'M' for Murder" loses most of its tension.
L.A. Opera has direct link with Hollywood
Baltimore Opera offers brilliant 'Traviata'
'La Traviata' as it was meant to be
Charles Reisenweber, former art teacher
Right female voice can transform opera into a thing of sensuous, powerful beauty
Two young tenors hit all the right notes
Annapolis woman to compete in Miss Wheelchair Maryland pageant
Sampling the next two month's benefits
Morris gives strength to 'Dutchman'
DANCE FALL ARTS PREVIEW
What's in Season FALL ARTS PREVIEW
Main events include BSO union contract and Zinman's return A Sizzling Season FALL ARTS PREVIEW
Anne Arundel college has show by five...
Event features butterflies up close, alive