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Perhaps New York City, and many other cultural hubs around the world, are mighty giants too big to concede to lower costs. But for the Rust Belt cities and the theory of "low-cost high culture," some faltering institutions are seeing rebounds that ...
It is perhaps like an insatiable drinker that Sung Jin Hong maintains such prolificacy--and with such a deft hand and approach to his original pieces.
Over two sold-out performances, alongside pertinent works from Wagner, Tchaikovsky and Berlioz, Hong ably led One World in the five movements of his three-month operatic creation. Walter White, Jesse Pinkman and Skyler White all made appearances.
The duality of men and women serves as a profound topic in not only literature and metaphysics, but in the sense of the gender binary as well. In this case, in the sense of an orchestral composition, music, too, becomes capable of capturing the ...
Perhaps one of the most captivating cable shows of the last two years, Breaking Bad will again be "the one who knocks," yet this time on the operatic stage. And like the Breaking Bad musical before it, it's playing now.
One World Symphony has added a program, “Sibelius: A Nordic Holiday,” on December 18. The concert will include music of Sibelius, Grieg and maybe even a sneak preview of the opera 'Breaking Bad--Ozymandias.'
Inspired by both blue Albuquerque methamphetamine and English Romantic poetry, Hong had best hurry up with his mini-opera, 'Breaking Bad--Ozymandias.'