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Opera for Everyone
Opera For Everyone
Opera for Everyone is a radio show and podcast that makes opera understandable, accessible, and enjoyable for all. Pat Wright hosts the show, inviting guest co-hosts to participate in the mission she and Keely Herron developed after lively discussions of operas they had enjoyed seeing together. Music soars. Epiphanies abound. Hilarity ensues. The show airs Sundays from 9.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m. on 89.1 KHOL in Jackson, Wyoming. Cover artwork by illustrator Rosie Brooks (www.rosiebrooks.com)
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4.4 stars from 194 ratings
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Finally, Der Rosenkavalier.
wontonangel via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 10/24/21
Opera for Everyone is the most consistent Opera podcast out there! The banter is just enough to be entertaining while staying educational, and it’s a great resource for exploring an opera, without having to do the research oneself. The hosts are fantastic and bring a nice levity to even the most...Read full review »
142389 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/02/21
Stimulated by OFE, I got a DVD of Berlioz’s Benvenuto Cellini. The DVD production was directed by Terry Gilliam (best known for Monte Python). The score was either the Weimar version or Paris 2 (I know it wasn’t Paris 1 because of what OFE taught me). Music was great and Gilliam laid on the...Read full review »
ShrGuy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/09/21
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Beatrice and Benedick often steal the show in Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing with their sharp-tongued banter, and a romance that is as unlikely as it is inevitable.  Composer Hector Berlioz was captivated by these characters, and turned their story into an operatic romantic comedy in his...
Published 12/12/21
Published 12/12/21
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