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“People end up feeling for this guy. He’s not somebody they’re going to boo at the curtain call.”

Eric Owens, who joins Opera Philadelphia to make his role debut as Philip II in Verdi’s Don Carlo, talks about playing the controversial monarch (alongside the Met’s own King Philip, Ferruccio Furlanetto) with the New York Times. 

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“It may very well be coincidental, but I don’t think it’s insignificant. I’m just finishing a ‘Magic Flute’ in Houston where we had a black Pamina (Nicole Heaston), a black Papageno (Michael Sumuel) and a black Sarastro (Robinson), so that was monumental. I don’t know if this is the turning of the tide, but I think it speaks highly that it didn’t serve as a deterrent for them to hire us.”

Opera Philadelphia presents a new production of Don Carlo that is believed to be the first staging in which King Philip II and the Grand Inquisitor are both played by African-American singers. The Associated Press talks to stars Eric Owens and Morris Robinson (quoted) about their paths to opera and this significant moment in casting. 

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“Even when compared to legendary performances of this sonata (Kempff, Richter, Gilels, Brendel, etc), this performance stands its ground in music to test the technique and intellect of even the greatest pianists”

Gramophone rounds up its top 10 recent Beethoven recordings, with spots for Alessio Bax (reviewed above), Leif Ove Andsnes, and John Eliot Gardiner.

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19 May

So proud of @SarSegs and @marilynhayward, our former fellows who are now @NYUniversity grads! 🎉

12 May

RT @LincolnCenter: Thanks for your support, Pete! #MadMen

12 May

RT @PVillegasGuitar: New @DeparturesMag is out now! Thrilled to be part of a brilliant portafolio by #BjornIoos along with @AilynPerez1 htt…

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