Tag Archives: Mussorgsky

BORIS G. Wows “Opera News”

by Suzanne Calvin

Like I always say, “Better late than never!” From the exclusive online content of “Opera News”: “Never has the Dallas Opera orchestra made such commanding, majestic music, capable of a full range of tonal effects; never has it played more like a great symphonic ensemble. Under Graeme Jenkins’s baton, the orchestra filled the hall with […]

Godunov strikes the wooden nail squarely on the head. – Eliot C. Hall’s take on BORIS GODUNOV – FB reviewer

by christian.anderson

  Friday April 1st, 2011 the Dallas Opera unveiled their Boris Godunov as the final offering of their season of ‘Dangerous desires’. Though every production this season was marvelous on it’s own merits it might be argued that the Dallas Opera was saving the best for the last. The fantastic presentation that night was awe […]

Boris Godunov: The Confusion and Conflict of Political Upheaval – Sally-Page Stuck – Facebook Reviewer

by christian.anderson

The Dallas Opera’s production of Modest Mussorgsky’s Boris Godunov opened on April 1, 2011.  It is the final production in the Winspear Opera House’s second season. Graeme Jenkins conducted. Stephen Lawless acted as stage director. In October 1983, Russian Filmmaker, Andrei Tarkovsky created this production for the Royal Opera House in London. This opera was […]