Tag Archives: Michael Mori

Ludwig van Toronto: Emotional Power and Bravura Performance in Tapestry Opera’s JACQUELINE

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Opera Going Toronto reviews WOOLF’s JACQUELINE

Written by Ian Ritchie February 2020 Jacqueline du Pré, legendary golden-haired young cellist, unrivalled heir apparent to Casals and Rostropovich, inhabited a life transformed by multiple narrators after her death in 1987 into an almost mythical saga. A relentless surge … Continue reading

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SCHMOPERA reviews WOOLF’s JACQUELINE: COME FOR THE MUSIC, STAY FOR EVERYTHING ELSE

Written by Michael Zarathus-Cook February 23, 2020 Tapestry Opera continues their 40th anniversary season with Jacqueline, a commission for Canadian librettist Royce Vavrek and American composer Luna Pearl Woolf; the end result, directed by Tapestry Artistic Director Michael Mori, is something … Continue reading

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