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I have been slow to appreciate opera but was exposed to it as a young child. I took my daughter who is 30 and we both loved it. All this to say, it's often an acquired taste, so this piece was perfect for us as...More
My husband and I attended the last showing on Sunday for the Daughter of the Regiment. If I could I’d see it again! It was fantastic and we both enjoyed the talented actors. The sound was prefect from the orchestra to the projection of the...More
We really enjoyed "The Daughter of the Regiment" - a good opera which featured a very good cast. Cobb Energy Center is a large theatre and was about 75% full for the performance. The set was good, not great. The lighting was lacking in moods...More
I recently saw the Atlanta Opera’s performance of The Flying Dutchman. My friends and I saw the opera in New York this past spring and Atlanta’s held up well iin comparison. The soprano did a very good job and the staging was well done.
OK - first I must warn you these operas are around 3 hours long, but if you can handle, it is well worth the investment. In my opinion thiey put on world-class productions. I just saw the "Flying Dutchman", have tickets to "Carmen" and have...More
We attended Turandot's opening performance and we completely enjoyed ourselves. The talent and costumes were wonderful. It's so good to see the Atlanta Opera doing a full season again, and going full-steam ahead at Cobb. I was especially impressed with the woman doing the role...More
We recently attended the Opera Atlanta performance of Turnadot. The performance is massive with over 100 performers on stage, but the coordination of all these performers is so good that it never appears crowded and every person contributes meaningfully to the show. The singing from...More
The Atlanta Opera Company used to have just the traditional routine operas - well not any more. This season 15-16 has been exciting so far with the Pirates of Penzance even having an additional children's matinee added in. The singing is wonderful and the sets...More
I recently attended the Atlanta Opera's performances of Gilbert & Sullivan's "The Pirates of Penzance", which took place in the Cobb Energy Centre. Pirates is always an entertaining romp, but the production Atlanta Opera presented was truly first class and went well beyond the normal...More