The surprising progressivism of Paul Dukas.
Anna Netrebko’s defense of blackface.
Opera owes its heritage to the Middle East. Why do we silence this legacy?
What would singers do without them?
Do we still need Bayreuth?
The Black tenors who’ve taken on the role of Otello.
Transcendence and frustration, at the Aix-en-Provence Festival.
The “Dead Girls” of Opera.