We thank Charles Jernigan for this comprehensive review! Zelmira is one of the least known of Rossini’s 39 operas. It had its premiere on 16 February, 1822, at the San Carlo Opera House in Naples, the last… Read More
The translation of Alberto Zedda’s book “Divagazioni Rossiniane” gets a worthy review.
For the past decade, Opera Southwest in Albuquerque, New Mexico has been dedicated to bringing the Rossini’s works to the stage. La cambiale di matrimonio is our eighth such offering, and the beginning of a new cycle, exploring… Read More
The one you surely know, but the other perhaps not! For more information follow this link! Then await excerpts of our interview with her which will be posted here in the near future!
Daniela Barcellona returned to ROF to participate in the finale of this year’s Festival
We are thrilled to bring contributions from two members of the American Rossini Society. Charles Jernigan has translated the libretto for Adina into English ( download the .pdf file here and Celia Montgomery has provided an illustration (… Read More
Barbiere reappears at ROF2018
The superstar soprano talks about what it’s like to sing Rossini, the differences between Bellini, Donizetti, and Rossini – and more!
Rossini comes to Washington DC with an answer to the doctor vacancy, thoughts about a Constitutional Amendment, and of course, the topic of MONEY. These are all current issues in the capital city of the United States and… Read More
The intimate Rossini, The canard that Rossini quit composing after he wrote William Tell should be put to rest, yet again. Indeed, he no longer wrote for the stage, but the output of his “golden age” contains treasures… Read More