Greer Grimsley and Lisa Daltirus
The reviews are in, and it’s unanimous — Tosca is a hit!
Paul Horsley of The Independent said “the season-opening production, which debuted September 11 at the Lyric Theatre, features one of the best lead casts that the company has ever assembled, at least in recent memory, and it had me utterly engaged for three hours.” Read the entire review here.
Tim McDonald of The Kansas City Star said “This is a production that shouldn’t be missed — an example of regional opera at its best.” Read the entire review here.
What do you think? Do you agree or have a different opinion? Share your thoughts by clicking “leave a comment” below.
Posted in 2009-2010 Season
Tagged Greer Grimsley, Kansas City Star, Lisa Daltirus, Lyric Opera, Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Paul Horsley, Puccini, review, The Independent, The Kansas City Star, Tim McDonald, Tosca
In this excerpt of an aria from Puccini’s Tosca, Lisa Daltirus (who sings the title role) laments the difficult choice facing her, to save the love of her life. The Lyric Opera of Kansas City production runs September 11 – 19, 2009. Tickets can be purchased at www.kcopera.org.
Paul Horsley of The Independent previews the Lyric Opera production of Puccini’s Tosca, opening this Friday. In it, Lisa Daltirus (Tosca) discusses reality television and her character’s love of God and art.
Check out the story here.
Lisa Daltirus, the title character in the Lyric Opera of Kansas City’s upcoming production of TOSCA talks about singing, the role and future repertoire.
Posted in 2009-2010 Season, Interviews
Tagged Bernard Uzan, Greer Grimsley, Keith Brumley, Lisa Daltirus, Lyric Opera, Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Puccini, Rafael Davila, Tosca, Tracy Davis
Ask Tosca anything… well, nearly anything.
Post your questions you’d like Lisa Daltirus (who’s playing the title role in our production opening next week) to answer by commenting to this entry. She’ll only answer 10, so make it good, and make it fast!