Heart of a Soldier is the third BiOpera that I have reviewed recently (Nixon in China and Dr. Atomic are the others) and it is basically different from almost all other operas. The story is a biography of a current person, and it is by far the driving force of the opera; music, acting, scenery, lighting, etc. are important only in-so-far-as they enhance the story telling. Continue reading
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