Elizabeth Kramer reviews the Kentucky Opera premiere of “Dead Man Walking” for WFPL.
The author of “Dead Man Walking” sends a special message to Louisville in advance of Kentucky Opera’s production based on her book.
It was a glorious evening of live music at sunset on September 24 at the Bingham Outdoor Amphitheater featuring Bourbon Baroque and Kentucky Opera Studio Artists.
Kentucky Opera’s inaugural presentation of Sidecar was held at Mercury Ballroom on May 19 featuring performances from Stephanie Blythe and Christine Brewer accompanied by Craig Terry.
OVATIONS! is now digital. Browse Kentucky Opera’s first issue of the season and learn more about our production of MADAME BUTTERFLY.
CIO-CIO-SAN: (Soprano) Also known by the English translation of her name, Madame “Butterfly,” Cio-Cio-San is the naïve, but loyal former geisha who marries and is later abandoned by the American Navy officer, Pinkerton. She is portrayed by Talise Trevigne. TALISE TREVIGNE: “Trevigne’s voice was agile and expressive as she conquered the wide melodic leaps. Her voice […]