“Opera’s greatest tragedy, it seemed, would be to stop singing altogether.”

-The Boston Globe 

 

“Rose’s direction of Argento’s evocative and colorful orchestration was superb, as was the band’s playing.

-The Boston Musical Intelligencer

 

“Both operas… explored a single character’s psychology through monologue, and both were abetted by committed performances and Gil Rose’s sensitive conducting.”

-Boston Classical Review

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