There are no sets, costumes, or props to distract from the operatic score or upstage the performers in any production from the Washington Concert Opera,...
Michael Fabiano, one of opera's most in-demand tenors, is making his Washington National Opera debut in "Carmen"
Three months after pulling out all the stops for a triumphant pandemic return with Puccini’s epic last opera Turandot, the Maryland Lyric Opera concludes its...
The IN Series kicks off a thrilling hybrid season of live, in-person events and online content
Washington Concert Opera offers the free outdoor concert on the upper field of Meridian Hill/Malcolm X Park
WNO's 2015 production is an ideal opera for the uninitiated
The organization is also bolstering digital offerings with recordings from past productions and biweekly virtual Cocktail Concerts
How do you present Mozart's problematic, sexist Don Giovanni in the current #metoo climate?
Nelson is positioning the forward-thinking company as a model for the future of opera
With "Otello," the Washington National Opera offers an extremely satisfying, grim telling of a timely classic
An altered Puccini classic opens a remarkable season at The In Series under new Artistic Director Timothy Nelson
WNO’s Tosca delivers its heroine and famous arias with atmosphere and intimacy.
Director Ethan McSweeny wants to make it "as immediate and exciting as possible"
An old-fashioned charmer enhanced by an artistic eye, the WNO's Faust gives the Devil his due
The Washington National Opera's lovely, affecting "Eugene Onegin" offers a rare Russian treat