The San Diego Symphony Brings Wagner to the Rady Shell

By Ken Herman | May 20, 2024 |

At the Rady Shell on Saturday the San Diego Symphony presented Act I of Richard Wagner’s second Ring Cycle opera, ‘Die Walküre.’

Moxie’s ‘Notes on Killing…’ Intelligently Explores Colonialism and Gender

By David Dixon | May 20, 2024 |
William BJ Robinson and Christine Carmela (photos courtesy of Daren Scott).

A controversial U.S. federal law involving the relationship between the United States and Puerto Rico is PROMESA, which stands for the Puerto Rican Oversight, Management and Economic Stability Act. Enacted in 2016, the law was created “to monitor Puerto Rico’s spending and oversee debt restructuring.”

The Hausmann Quartet Boldly Champions Schoenberg and Dutilleux on Sunday’s ‘Haydn Voyages’ Program

By Ken Herman | May 19, 2024 |

The programming of Sunday’s installment of the Hausmann Quartet’s Haydn Voyages series at the Maritime Museum of San Diego encountered some figurative stormy weather.

Opera Neo Celebrates Another Handel Rarity: ‘Rodelinda’ at First Unitarian Universalist Church

By Ken Herman | May 18, 2024 |

Opera Neo opened its season Friday with a bold, imaginatively staged production of G. F. Handel’s early opera Rodelinda.

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