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The Magic Flute ~ The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Jordan Wright November 4, 2019

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote his final opera, The Magic Flute, in his later years after he had joined the Rationalist faction of the Freemasons known as the Illuminati who held differing views on society’s rank. In this romantic tale, a dragon must be slain – this one’s a fire-breathing, […]

Tosca ~ Washington National Opera ~ The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Jordan Wright May 12, 2019

The role of Tosca, known as “the infamous soprano killer” for its powerhouse arias, was duly tamed by Latonia Moore who made her spectacular Washington National Opera debut last Saturday. Moore, who has played the title role of Aida at the Metropolitan Opera, the Royal Opera House in London […]