Monthly Archives: September 2009

Beloved “Boheme”: Puccini’s Romantic Opera has something for everyone

Brent Wojahn, OregonianSoprano Alyson Cambridge lights up the second act of “La Bohème” as the tumultuous Musetta. that of Puccini perhaps the most beloved work of all opera. Its romantic story of starving artists and Parisian courtesans falling in love and facing poverty makes audiences’ hearts beat faster. His great …

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