Maria Ewing
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Maria Ewing
Maria Louise Ewing is an American opera singer who has sung both soprano and mezzo soprano roles. She is noted as much for her acting as her singing.
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Google News - over 5 years
丽贝卡是英国著名戏剧制作人和导演彼特·豪尔爵士的女儿,母亲是曾饰演过卡门、莎乐美等角色的女高音歌唱家玛丽亚·艾文(Maria Ewing)。丽贝卡继承了双亲的文艺细胞,从事表演事业的同时,疯狂地热爱唱歌。“我有副大嗓门
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Filipino baritone in US production of Shostakovich operetta - Inquirer.net
Google News - over 5 years
He has also shared the opera stage with Helen Donath, Vinson Cole, Maria Ewing, Federica Von Stade, Lauren Flannigan. Described by Musical America as a “major presence,” the Filipino baritone sang “Rigoletto” in Modesto in February 2007 to critical
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Go! Stage & Screen calendar: June 17-23 - Times Herald-Record
Google News - over 5 years
"Salome" — Opera Club screening of a production of Strauss' work starring Maria Ewing. Cornwall Public Library, 395 Hudson St., Cornwall, 1 pm June 19. Call 534-8282 or visit www.cornwallpubliclibrary.org. Aery Theatre Company One-Acts — Philipstown
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R. STRAUSS: Salome (complete opera) (2011) - Audiophile Audition
Google News - almost 6 years
Definitely not recommended. For DVD alternatives, go with Catherine Malfitano's riveting performance, Maria Ewing's brilliantly acted one, or the old and glorious Teresa Stratas performance—all are currently available
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THE NEW SEASON FILM; Off and Running Around the World
NYTimes - over 6 years
LONDON WHEN Rebecca Hall was 10, her father sat her down for a serious talk. Peter Hall, the venerable British theater and opera director, told her she had a choice to make. ''Do you want to be a child actress or an actress?'' he asked. It was a pertinent question. At the age of 9, long before she wowed movie critics and audiences alike in ''Vicky
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Screen Giant
NYTimes - almost 7 years
In America, you are best known for being the Vicky in Woody Allen's ''Vicky Cristina Barcelona.'' Were you surprised that he cast you? Shocked! I quizzed him about it one day on set. I was like, ''What did you see in me that persuaded you to take this strange risk in giving me this really amazing part?'' He said, ''I don't know.'' [Laughs] Woody
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THEATER; Thee-a-tuh Or Thee-ter? Try Both
NYTimes - about 8 years
DEEP in their scone-envying souls, many Americans suspect that British actors are better than their own countrymen at performing classic plays. But are they? ''Hogwash,'' said Kevin Spacey, the American actor who runs the Old Vic theater in London. The British director Sam Mendes, who works mostly in New York, said something similar, but in salty
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THEATER; A Distinguished Director Named Dad
NYTimes - about 12 years
IN 50 years of directing Shakespeare, Sir Peter Hall has never tackled ''As You Like It'' -- a situation he attributes to having watched, while director of the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1961, a luminous young Vanessa Redgrave conquer the world in an R.S.C. production directed by Michael Elliot. He didn't think he had a comparable Rosalind --
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THEATER; For Peter Hall, Home Is Where the Rosalind Is
NYTimes - over 13 years
AT this point in a theater career spanning half a century, Peter Hall has directed all but a handful of Shakespeare's plays. ''King John,'' ''Titus Andronicus'' and ''Henry VIII'' remain among the few that Sir Peter, who will be 73 next month, has not yet touched. Some he has returned to time and again -- ''Hamlet'' on four occasions, ''Twelfth
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Cheers for Three Halls at Once on London Stages
NYTimes - about 14 years
Sir Peter Hall, a perennial of the British theater for 50 years, is onstage this particular afternoon in a different role: as the concerned and proud paterfamilias. ''I hope you didn't stay out too late,'' Sir Peter tells his daughter Rebecca, 20, who has just arrived at a theater in central London for a joint interview and photo session with her
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CORRESPONDENT'S NOTEBOOK; Play? Opera? A Challenge To Daunt the Eye and Ear
NYTimes - about 14 years
''The Reading,'' as it is subtitled, of Oscar Wilde's play ''Salome,'' at the St. Ann's Warehouse under the Brooklyn Bridge in Brooklyn through Dec. 22, is not to be reviewed, according to its producers' wishes. I would not be the person to review it in any case, because it's hard to see a play and hear operatic music. The one sort of gets in the
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CLASSICAL MUSIC AND DANCE GUIDE
NYTimes - almost 15 years
A selective listing by critics of The Times of new or noteworthy opera, classical music and dance events this weekend in the Northeast. Opera ''CARMEN.'' The Met season is over, but the diminutive Amato Opera can take up the slack; its season extends until June 2. The final opera of its season is Bizet's enduring classic -- Gypsy, bullfighter and
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The Metropolitan Museum Is Donning Many Musical Hats
NYTimes - almost 16 years
The first two musical works ever commissioned by the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the season's only New York recital by the pianist Richard Goode are among the offerings in the 2001-2 Concerts and Lectures series recently announced by the museum. Now in its 48th season, the series will present 51 concerts and 12 music-related lectures, beginning
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EUROPE: FESTIVALS 2001; The Lineup: Verdi and 20th-Century Nostalgia
NYTimes - almost 16 years
AN unusually varied palette colors Europe's music festivals this year, inspired by many anniversaries. The commemoration of the death of Verdi 100 years ago, anticipated with an outpouring of performances last year, has intensified this season. His Requiem is being presented almost everywhere, and his operas are monopolizing the stage at the Verona
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Stepping Aside at an Operatic Oasis; Founding Director of the Santa Fe Opera Looks Back on 43 Years of Innovation
NYTimes - over 16 years
The costumes, props and scenery used in the Santa Fe Opera's five summer productions are being packed for storage, and the singers and choristers who held the spotlight are en route to their next engagements. But as the company's backstage staff wraps up the loose ends, a more figurative curtain is descending, slowly and gracefully, on a long
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OPERA REVIEW; 'Salome,' Insulting But Still Winning
NYTimes - about 19 years
The Herod in Richard Strauss's ''Salome'' speaks for everyone in the audience. He loves the show. He is also willing to pay for it, even if the price seems a bit steep. Troubling him more are other irritations. He is bothered that there is a lot going on he does not understand. He keeps hearing these strange sounds. And he can never get away from
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ON THE ROAD; A City Built on Four Wheels and a Full Tank
NYTimes - about 19 years
I remember Detroit during its days of glory in the late 1940's, when the assembly lines were churning out the cars the country had gone without all during the war. It was a proud, self-confident city. My father took me there to watch the Tigers' great lefthander, Hal Newhouser. We would stay at the Statler or the Book-Cadillac, a pair of swell
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Realism Unvarnished For Gluck's Bonded Males
NYTimes - over 19 years
Paul Kellogg, the artistic director of Glimmerglass Opera, knew he was in for some tough criticism this summer. It was July, and the summer company in Cooperstown, N.Y., had just unveiled its production of Gluck's ''Iphigenie en Tauride.'' With a Greek princess held in captivity by a leering, leather-clad Scythian king, and bloody human sacrifices
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A Cool Debussy Tied to an Overheated Poet
NYTimes - almost 20 years
With every playing of ''Le Martyre de Saint Sebastien'' (''The Martyrdom of St. Sebastian'') we like the music more and better understand why history has left it behind. It is to Kurt Masur's credit that Debussy's enigmatic stab at performance art has come to Avery Fisher Hall at all, even though nervous New York Philharmonic subscribers on
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