San Diego Opera’s “La bohème” Recast As a Symbol of Isolation in a Time of Pandemic

By Ken Herman | October 9, 2020 |

Although opera houses across the continent have been dark since mid-March because of the Covid pandemic, San Diego Opera General Director David Bennett is determined to produce the company’s 2020-2021 season-opening “La bohème” production later this month outdoors in the Pechanga Arena San Diego parking lot.

Heated Debates Spark Discussion

By David Dixon | September 22, 2020 |

A universal truth is that sensitive topics cause heated exchanges. Moxie Theatre’s production of The Niceties, available to stream on Zoom, features two women from different generations, who argue about race and other issues that have been in the news lately.

Hausmann Quartet Revives the Haydn Voyages Series with Spirited Virtual Concert

By Ken Herman | September 21, 2020 |

San Diego’s Hausmann Quartet performed an online concert on Sunday, September 20, at the Maritime Museum of San Diego’s Berkeley ferry, reviving the quartet’s Haydn Voyages series.

Relevant Conversations in a Captivating Drama

By David Dixon | September 14, 2020 |

The 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, and the notable author, social reformer and abolitionist, Frederick Douglass, are often acknowledged as being two of the most influential men of the Civil War. While Lincoln continues to be respected for his actions against slavery, Douglass is not referenced nearly as much.

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