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Aida אאידה

"If my dream might come true! An army of brave men, led by me – victory, and the applause of all Memphis! To return to you, my sweet Aida, decked wit...
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Alcina
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Alcina, written in 1735, is one of George Frideric Handel's more popular operas – he composed 42 of them. Inspired by Ludovico Ariosto's Orlando furio...
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Le nozze di Figaro

In Don Giovanni, Mozart and his librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte presented their famous hero as a sexual predator rather than a lover. A year earlier they ...
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Pagliacci

Before it all started, the big screen in front of the stage turned blue and yellow. With it a message appeared: "The opera embraces the people of Ukra...
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Someone Like Me מי כמוני

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest immediately comes to mind, but then Alma says she didn't like that film as it doesn't deal with the fact that McMurphy...
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Yevgeni Onegin

Yevgeni Onegin is a truly great opera, titled after a male character that inflicts tragedy. Whereas most heroes fall desperately in love at first sig...
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The Magic Flute
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Mozart's "The Magic Flute" offers its own challenges. Along with some of the most beautiful music ever composed, there are also quite a few spoken dia...
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I Capuleti e i Montecchi

Unlike the more popular Charles Gounod version, Vincenzo Bellini's opera, recounting the woeful story of Juliet and her Romeo, has never before been p...
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Teibele and the Demon

Teibele and Her Demon first appeared in 1963 in the form of a short story by Isaac Bashevis Singer. It tells of a 33-year-old Jewish woman whose husba...