This innovative Bregenz Festival production of Turandot has much to enjoy visually and vocally outside of an average title role performance.
A rising star on the operatic scene, Dinara Alieva delivers a superb and varied program of some vocal favorites in five languages.
A Blu-ray premiere of a Bellini rarity that gets the star treatment that surmounts its minimalist staging.
Experienced leader Mark Elder and two future stars give a good turn at La Traviata on Blu-ray from Opus Arte
Federico Fellini’s homoerotic, free-form adaptation of Petronius’ first-century Roman book, Satyricon arrives in a new 4K restoration from the Masters of Cinema collection.
A thoroughly reinvented Trovatore on a postage-stamp stage and harlequin costumes that features vocal luminaries Anna Netrebko and Placido Domingo.
This Tosca with, mostly minimalist sets and a thrilling tenor, disappoints in the other two principal roles.
While not the first choices for any of these three operas, Netrebko fans will enjoy watching this consummate artist at work with excellent supporting casts.
Criterion releases a new 4K restoration of director Antonioni’s breakthrough film L’avventura that defined this genre for the many new wave films that followed in its wake.
The revival of Robert Carsen’s 1989 San Francisco Opera production succeeds with a stellar cast and rises to the top of the Blu-ray list for this rarely performed opera.