2016/17 Season Trailer

https://youtu.be/8_2vNJr-GO4

Can’t wait for the 16/17 season to begin? We’ve collected a few articles below to get you in the spirit.

Plácido Domingo as the title character in Macbeth (2015) in Valencia, Spain; Photo: Tato Baeza

Plácido Domingo as the title character  and Ekaterina Semenchuk as Lady Macbeth in Macbeth (2015) in Valencia, Spain; Photo: Tato Baeza

Get To Know the 2016/17 Season

We’ve finally announced the 2016/2017 season and it’s going to be a big one. There are six mainstage operas, a semi-staged concert, and stellar off-grand productions to enjoy starting September 17. Take a look and see all the great things the 16/17 season has in store for Los Angeles.

#WordWednesday: Countertenor

COUNTERTENOR (13 Scrabble points) – Latin – A countertenor is the highest, adult male voice type in opera. Countertenor parts are common in Baroque opera (watch Anthony Roth Costanzo sing “Stille amare” from George Frideric Handel’s Tolomeo below) but they also gained an increased popularity in the mid to late 20th century with the works of Benjamin Britten and Philip Glass. The title character in Akhnaten, which opens at LA Opera in November as part of the 16/17 season is a countertenor part.

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