How are Black composers shaping opera?

Terence Blanchard makes history, becoming the Met Opera’s first Black composer. Click for More Arab News

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Bolshoi Theatre performer killed in stage accident during opera

A performer at Moscow’s renowned Bolshoi Theatre was killed on Saturday in an accident on stage during an opera, the

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‘The Time of Our Singing’ opera tackles racial segregation 

Based on an American novel detailing the country’s troubled 20th century, the new Belgian opera “The Time of Our Singing”

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‘3 Sopranos, 3 Tenors’ to perform in Aspendos Opera, Ballet Fest 

The 28th iteration of the 28th Aspendos Opera and Ballet Festival, which kicked off on Sept. 4 in Turkey’s Mediterranean

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28th Aspendos Opera Ballet Fest to start with ‘Murat IV’ opera

The 28th iteration of the International Aspendos Opera and Ballet Festival will kick off with the performance of the “Murat

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Horns fill Serbian streets as festival kicks off despite pandemic

A crowd of thousands gathered in a small town in Serbia late Friday as they celebrated the 60th festival of

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‘Venom’ sequel postponed amid new wave of COVID-19

release “poison” The second part has been delayed by nearly a month, according to an announcement from Sony Corp.’s film

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Haji Bektashi Fili: The father of the Bektashi rank

When the Seljuk armies began invading Anatolia in the 11th century, they brought more than just warriors to the new

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The ancient Turkish city of Gordion is expected to be included in the World Heritage List

After applying Turkey to the inclusion of the ancient city Gordion In the UNESCO World Heritage List, a panel of

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Seljuk coffins unearthed in Bitlis, Turkey, spark researchers’ interest

Archaeological excavations and restoration work in Seljuk cemetery MedanIn the Ahlat district of Bitlis in eastern Turkey, they discovered two

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