This bold new adaptation of Poulenc's 1958 masterpiece, La Voix Humaine, becomes a story for our times. Starring tenor Isaiah Bell, with pianist Roger Parton, it sings of the agony of failed love, and the anaesthetic of the machine. It has been earning rave reviews. You'll soon see why. It runs 47:00 at www.cityoperavancouver.com Free, of course, and the first in a new series at City Opera Online.
Join us for a brilliant comic cantata about wigs, and the people who wear them. Written by Bill Richardson & Jocelyn Morlock, this wry and witty work was filmed before a live audience in 2019. Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, PERRU-QUERIES answers your questions about wigs in 25 minutes or less.
Join soprano Robyn Driedger-Klassen, bass-baritone Peter Monaghan, and pianist Tina Chang for an hilarious tale about Galina Vishnevskaya and the candles in Tosca. Bobby Hull and an unfortunate de-furring on the ice. Andy Warhol and a thievish fan. And more.
Produced by Alan Corbishley, filmed by Chris Randle, and free to you at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XG7QX9Mzhu8