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Zambello Appointed Artistic Advisor to WNO

Glimmerglass Festival Artistic & General Director Francesca Zambello has been appointed Artistic Advisor to Washington National Opera (WNO). Zambello will hold this position concurrently with her position at The Glimmerglass Festival, where she was appointed Artistic & General Director last … Continue reading

Safety First!

Glimmerglass team members go through extensive safety training each summer — from fire extinguisher training to a “slips, trips and falls” course to back safety and more. With all the gun-slingin’ in store for this upcoming season, it was also important … Continue reading

American Jukebox

Irving Berlin, composer of Annie Get Your Gun, wrote an estimated 1,500 songs, many of which have become part of our popular culture: “God, Bless America,” “There’s No Business Like Show Business,” “White Christmas” — the list goes on. Earlier … Continue reading

Opera & Baseball: More in Common than Cooperstown?

How often do fond memories of great performances past get in the way of present enjoyment? Like baseball fans, opera fans are often passionately knowledgeable about yesterday’s greats.  This piece from the New York Times claims that baseball fans have … Continue reading

Deborah Voigt to Discuss Annie Get Your Gun

Soprano Deborah Voigt will be interviewed by radio host Nimet Habachy at the Metropolitan Museum’s Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium at 6 p.m. tomorrow, May 10.    The interview will cover Voigt’s great success in the Met’s new production of Die Walküre and her upcoming … Continue reading

Quick Q&A: Daniele Rustioni

Italian conductor Daniele Rustioni will make his U.S. debut with The Glimmerglass Festival’s summer production of Medea. His recent engagements include Aida at Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, L’occasione fa il ladro at La Scala, as well as La bohème … Continue reading