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A Slammed Society event in Japan in October. Photos courtesy Tom Akigami Graffiti from a recent Slammed Society event...Jon Domingo has got one message for his competitors: "DK is back." The immodest acronym is a self-reference to "drifter king" -- a
The 200th anniversary of Giuseppe Verdi's birth is being celebrated this month. Riccardo Muti, conductor; New Philharmonia Orchestra and chorus of The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden (recorded at Walthamstow Assembly Halls, London, 1974), EMI.
The company on Tuesday announced an end of a $1 million fundraising campaign on Kickstarter, which only managed to raise $300,000, and the cancellation of the 2013-14 season. The New York City Opera said Tuesday it would close and file for bankruptcy
When renowned tenor Placido Domingo was still a relatively unknown singer from Spain, he made his Los Angeles-area debut at the Music Center in 1967 in a touring series by the New York City Opera. His local debut included performances in "Don Rodrigo,
Absent the kind of deus ex machina that has saved the day in so many of the convoluted opera plots the troupe has performed over the years, City Opera will start shutting itself down next week if it fails to raise $7 million. City Opera's board voted
New York City Opera could be sounding its final note this weekend at least for a while. The company says it likely will fail in its goal to raise $7 million by Monday, the deadline it set for suspending the bulk of its 2013-14 season. "We'll discuss
as opposed to Placido Domingo, the world-renowned tenor -- will show up Saturday evening for Los Angeles Opera's season-opening production of Bizet's "Carmen" at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. For the city's arts patrons in attendance on Saturday,
Placido Domingo appeared hale and hearty Monday afternoon when he greeted a throng of local reporters at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion for a press event held by Los Angeles Opera. Domingo, who is conducting the company's season-opening production of "
Moviemaker Francis Ford Coppola and opera singer Placido Domingo are among five winners of a lucrative arts prize that has been dubbed the "Nobel Prize of the arts." The "Godfather" director and the Spanish tenor are recipients of the Japan Art
The Mexican singer, songwriter and producer will perform in Tupelo Elvis Presley's birthplace on Sept. 21. He tells the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal (http://bit.ly/1gjJLD8 ), "The king rules and I am invited to be a part of this great town