Since its Christmas Eve premiere on national TV in 1951, ‘Amahl and the Night Visitors,’ which runs at Nashville Opera’s Noah Liff Opera Center Dec. 13-15, has charmed children and adults alike. It’s paired with ‘Pepito,’ which tells the story of a young married couple whose hearts are opened by a forgotten shelter dog.
If you’ve felt in a choral cocoon over the past months, Nashville Opera’s 2019-20 season is days away from metamorphosing with Madame Butterfly Oct. 10-12.
With his remarkable voice and commanding stage presence, the internationally acclaimed tenor Noah Stewart has dazzled audiences around the world. But as he prepares to take […]
Tales of Hoffmann is an opera unlike any that Nashville audiences have seen before, and Nashville Opera Artistic Director John Hoomes knows that it is a […]
Bursting with new works, contemporary hits and big regional premieres, the 2018-19 seasons of Nashville Repertory Theatre, Nashville Ballet, and Nashville Opera promise to entertain and inspire.
Take a 60’s cult movie, set it to a new operatic score, add live singers and orchestra, and you get a fantastic night of over-the-top fun. Hercules vs Vampires, Patrick Morganelli’s new opera, was written to accompany Mario Bava’s 1961 cult movie of the same name, a sword-and-sandal film that is wildly operatic in scope.