Tag Archive | Lisette Oropesa

Borrowed & Blue: “The Marriage of Figaro” at Washington National Opera

Borrowed & Blue: “The Marriage of Figaro” at Washington National Opera

Washington National Opera opened its 2016-17 season last week with an uneven, unjaded, if not unenjoyable, performance of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro that just couldn’t turn separate “jinx” from the desired “hijinks.”

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An Interview with Lisette Oropesa

Hello, opera lovers. I’m sorry for the extended absence! It’s been a busy stretch and I still have a lot to tell you all about. However, today, I’m back with a great interview for you! Recently, I had the pleasure of talking o the soprano Lisette Oropesa, a Metropolitan Opera mainstay who is singing the […]