Fountain of Tears (Ainadamar)
April 8-16, 2023Learn More
Opera meets flamenco in Osvaldo Golijov’s Fountain of Tears, which reimagines the life of revolutionary poet Federico García Lorca, whose political views and sexual orientation led to his violent death during the Spanish Civil War. The production powerfully blends dance, projections, and poetry.
State Ballet of Georgia
April 29-30, 2023Learn More
International ballet star Nina Ananiashvili (former prima ballerina with Bolshoi Ballet, The Royal Ballet, and American Ballet Theatre) leads this dynamic group with a program of mostly George Balanchine, accompanied by full orchestra.
Soprano, Christine Goerke and Pianist, Nathalie Doucet in Recital
April 13, 2023
The Detroit Opera Resident Artist Program is thrilled to continue its collaboration with Christ Church Cranbrook with a 6-part recital series. Our series continues on Thursday, April 13, 2023.
Detroit Opera Recital Series: Spring is in the Air
April 20, 2023
To celebrate spring, Resident Artists Sopranos, Melanie Spector and Elizabeth Polese, mezzo-soprano Gabrielle Barkidjija, tenor Leo Williams and baritone, Ben Reisinger will be in concert April 20th.
Diana Burgwyn breaks down Fountain of Tears (Ainadamar).
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