Tag Archive | Thomas Ades
Amidst opulent, savage, dynamically varied music and arresting moments, innovative uses of the orchestra, and wide-ranging vocal writing, Adès opted to forsake the satire in Buñuel’s film for its darkness.
Hello Opera Fans, It is with my deepest feelings of sorriness that I tell you that I will not be able to provide my usual radio review of The Tempest premiere from the Metropolitan Opera this evening. We have a family friend’s birthday tonight being hosted at our house. I will listen to the broadcast […]