Archive for 2016 Eugene Onegin

Maksim Ivanov – baritone

Maksim Ivanov – baritone

November 1, 2016 No Comments

Baritone Maksim Ivanov has performed in a number of CLO productions including Carmen, Romeo et Juliette and The Marriage of Figaro, and has also appeared with Glimmerglass Opera, Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Opera Providence, Mississippi opera, Boheme Opera of New Jersey, Opera Theater of Connecticut and Salt Marsh Opera among others. His repertoire includes over a dozen roles including […]

Jurate Svedaite – soprano

Jurate Svedaite – soprano

October 23, 2016 No Comments

Possesssing a vocal artistry and stage presence capable of “transfixing audiences with moments of opera magic,” Lithuanian soprano, Jūratė Švedaitė, has performed throughout Europe and the United States with the Lithuanian National Chamber Orchestra, the European Baroque Festival Opera, Connecticut Lyric Opera, Kaunas Chamber Orchestra, Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, the Lithuanian National Ensemble “Lietuva,” and […]

Daniel Kamalic – tenor

Daniel Kamalic – tenor

October 20, 2016 No Comments

Tenor Daniel Kamalic returns to Connecticut Lyric Opera after performing the role of Eisenstein in Die Fledermaus and previously as Mercutio in Roméo et Juliette, Masetto in Don Giovanni, and Papageno in The Magic Flute.  Connecticut audiences may also recognize him as King Melchior from Thames Valley Music School’s 2003 and ’04 productions of Amahl […]

Kerry Gotschall – mezzo-soprano

Kerry Gotschall – mezzo-soprano

October 19, 2016 No Comments

Kerry Gotschall is excited to return this season after her CLO debut last season as Der Trommler in Der Kaiser von Atlantis. This past summer she was seen as Elizabeth Adams in the premiere of The Boston Tea Party Opera at The Fringe Festival in NYC. Ms. Gotschall was seen recently with Bronx Opera in […]

Steven Fredericks – bass baritone

Steven Fredericks – bass baritone

October 16, 2016 No Comments

Bass Steven Fredericks represents the complete package of an artistically satisfying performer. Hailed for his “robust” singing with “great emotional depth” he has made his mark with some of opera’s most celebrated roles. Fredericks’ impressive repertory spans all styles and represents his versatility as a performer. From favorite Puccini roles, Colline and Timur, to the […]

Joanna Dubiela, soprano

Joanna Dubiela, soprano

October 22, 2015 No Comments

Bio coming Soon…

Adrian Sylveen

Adrian Sylveen

September 16, 2014 No Comments

Maestro Adrian Sylveen enjoys a performing career both in the US and in Europe. He serves as Artistic Director of the Connecticut Virtuosi, New Britain Symphony – The Connecticut Virtuosi Orchestra – Magnum Opus, Connecticut Lyric Opera, and the Classical Orchestra of Pila in Poland. He is also a frequent guest conductor with several leading […]

TOSCA – by Puccini

TOSCA an opera by Puccini fully staged and sung in Italian with English supertitles more details to be published...

CLO Tour of Florence and Tuscany

Experience Florence, Tuscany and the birthplace of the Renaissance while visiting Greve Opera & Music Festival Connecticut Lyric Opera...

A JESTER’S GESTURES: A Review of Rigoletto

Special to Town Times by Larry Kellum   Verdi’s dark, but ever so beloved “Rigoletto” closed the CT Lyric...

TOWERING INFERNO
An interview with Andrew Potter (Sparafucile)

by Larry Kellum   In the opera world, there is a species of singer called the “bass”….and, for some...

FAUST REVIEW – The Devil made him do it!

Special to Town Times by Larry Kellum To paraphrase the humorous expression from the 1970’s, “the devil made me...