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Celebrate Opera ENCORE! THE Future OF Opera By Callie Young A time-honored art form enjoys a resurgence as new talent - and new audiences - tune in. Today, opera is flourishing. Regional opera companies across North America are staging high-quality productions ranging from classics like Puccini's Madama Butterfly to contemporary works by emerging and highly regarded composers and librettists. Music conservatories are graduating a new generation of singers, composers, and techsavvy designers who embrace opera as a profession. Artist-driven, "indie" opera companies are reshaping the genre with provocative subject matter and nontraditional performance spaces, while companies of all sizes are drawing audiences with creative publicity and flexible ticket models. For an art form that dates back more than 400 years, opera today is more robust and relevant than ever before. 90 AUGUST 2014 While internationally revered opera houses the likes of La Scala, The Met, and the Paris Opera endure, opera companies throughout the U.S. are

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of US Airways - August 2014

Table of Contents
Perspective: CEO Letter
Did You Know?
Hot Spots: Best Cultural Sites
Great Escapes: RIU Hotels and Resorts
Style Spotlight: Beach Wear
Golf: Wyndham Championship
Diversions: Stargazing
Connections: Everybody's Business
Gear Up: Stay Cool
Travel Feature: Vancouver
Great Tastes: Bonefish Grill
Special Section: Orange County, California
University Spotlight: Salisbury University
Special Section: Celebrate Opera
To Your Health: Lumiday and Luminite
Special Section: Newport News, Virginia
Best of Health: Miami Foot & Ankle Surgery
Great Dates: Las Vegas Marathon
Special Section: Women's College Coalition
Readers Resource Index
Your US Airways Guide
Audio Entertainment
Video Entertainment
U.S. and Caribbean Service Map
International Service Map
Airport Terminal Maps
oneworld alliance
Passenger Info/Contact US Airways
US Airways MarketPlace®
US Airways Fleet/Customs & Immigration
Window or Aisle?

US Airways - August 2014