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the fall of the scandal-ridden government seemed operatic in its scope and consequences
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Obsession is midwife to genius, and there is something operatic in the visionary kitsch of her golf course, brought to bear via fanatical do-it-yourselfism and attention to detail.
Now in his early 40s, and installed as of this season as music director of the Teatro di San Carlo in Riccardo Muti's native Naples, Italy, the man is rapidly gaining prominence in the symphonic and operatic world.
The murder of Yates was entirely different: slow, emotional, soap-operatic, demented.
An obnoxious conductor, Maestro Helmut Wellauer, is found poisoned to death, and the subsequent drama unfolds with operatic brio.
Basilio came across as the operatic prototype of a cynical, modern-day political operative whose repertory of dirty tricks has hardly dated.
This presentation of favorite operatic selections will be performed by top-notch international singers, including soprano Mónica Ábrego and tenor Jorge Lopez-Yañez.
In that soap-operatic world, nefarious doings come with the territory.
Cronenberg’s operatic mutation celebrates its Parisian premiere Wednesday at the City of Light’s Theatre du Chatelet, while the American strain will infect the Los Angeles Opera on September 7.
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