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    May 17 & 19, 2018

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Hired last week, business consultant and longtime opera patron Liz Tullis has begun her new job as Opera San Antonio’s new executive director, the latest in a series of leadership changes that include the recent naming of tenor Adam Diegel as the organization’s new artistic director.

“Adam can focus on maintaining the high quality of performance ....

January 18, 2018

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“Adam is really going to be a great addition to San Antonio,” said Blair Labatt, Opera San Antonio’s board chair, in a phone interview Tuesday afternoon. 

“I feel like he’s one of us already, based on his previous experiences here,” Labatt said of Diegel, noting that Diegel performed the lead role in the company’s 2015 production of Madama Butterfly, and more recently the role of Don José in 2016’s Carmen.

January 17, 2018

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PARIS — Anyone who knows anything about opera knows Giacomo Puccini’s “La Bohème.”

The tragic tale of love, suffering and death in the world of four impoverished artists in 1840 Paris is among opera’s most beloved — and most performed — classics.


November 29, 2017

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