Two sold-out performances remain of Kentucky Opera's last production of the season. A Woman in Morocco offers a shadowy story and richly textured music to evoke a world of sensuality and violence.
In conjunction with this week's Festival of Faiths, Kentucky Opera stages a contemporary opera by composer Daron Hagen. Two performances are sold out, but tickets are still available for Tuesday evening at the Victor Jory Theatre.
Kentucky Opera's A Streetcar Named Desire succeeds with strong cast and the beautifully performed music of Andre Previn.
Elizabeth Batton won a Metropolitan Opera competition in 2000 to launch her successful career as a mezzo-soprano. She takes the home stage at Kentucky Opera this week for André Previn's adaptation of A Streetcar Named Desire.
A great cast fulfills the promise of Kentucky Opera's first-ever production of Puccini's Western opera.
Kentucky Opera stages its first-ever production of Giacomo Puccini's The Girl of the Golden West this weekend. Studio Artist Zach Owen talks about his role as Wells Fargo Agent Ashby.
Kentucky Opera's season opened with a fine production of Fidelio on Friday night, highlighted by Kara Shay Thompson's excellence in the title role and Beethoven's sublime music.
Kentucky Opera opens its new season with Beethoven's only opera, Fidelio. Get to know baritone Mark Walters, who will be playing the villain Don Pizarro.
Previewing the Kentucky Opera 2014-15 season, as well as the kickoff tonight.
Live happily ever after by checking this out on Sunday!
Creativity, innovation, and risk-taking are the order of the day for Kentucky Opera and Louisville Orchestra in their 2014-2015 seasons.
Kentucky Opera's Romeo et Juliette is rich in finely-tuned details and beautiful singing. The final performance is Sunday, February 16.
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