The New Yorker: On Site Opera Takes on a Rare, Dark Work

By Russell Platt Illustration by Eleni Kalorkoti A great work by Darius Milhaud (1892-1974) is like a blast of complicated sunshine. The composer, a scion of one of the most ancient and distinguished Jewish families of Provence, produced a brand of Gallic savoir-faire that was a multicolored phenomenon. The “Suite
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The NY Times discusses OSO’s “Guilty Mother”

An Operatic Rarity Picks Up Where Mozart and Rossini Left Off By CORINNA da FONSECA-WOLLHEIM | JUNE 16, 2017 Opera, on the whole, doesn’t much go for sequels. After all, the tragic ones tend to kill off their protagonists. And the romantic comedies? The satirist Kurt Tucholsky noted that the
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“The Guilty Mother” Press Release

ON SITE OPERA PRESENTS THE U.S. PREMIERE OF DARIUS MILHAUD’S THE GUILTY MOTHERAT THE GARAGE, JUNE 20 & 22-24, 2017 OSO partners with the Darius Milhaud Society and the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) to celebrate the 125th birthday of Milhaud. The production will mark the completion of OSO’s acclaimed three-year Figaro
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