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Craig Colclough Featured 

“Music has the power to communicate far more complex thoughts,” says Bass-Baritone Craig Colclough

Minnesota audiences get to see Craig Colclough again this season – in only a few days! This time it’s in an opera you’re probably familiar with: Donizetti’s perennial favorite Don Pasquale. (Craig’s last performance with the Minnesota Opera was in Diana’s Garden last season). Despite his busy schedule, Craig was able to take some time to answer a few of our questions. Tell us a bit about your first operatic memory. What did you see (or hear)? How did it affect you? The first opera I ever saw was in…

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Scott Hendricks Features 

Baritone Scott Hendricks on John Adams’ Nixon in China

Texan Scott Hendricks is Mr. Versatile; the world-famous baritone has graced the stages of many of the finest opera houses around the world, including the Royal Opera House and the Met, singing all the great Italian, Russian, French, English, and even Czech roles. Next month, Mr. Hendricks is starring in the title role of John Adams’ Nixon in China, a work that premiered in 1987, at Houston Grand Opera. We are so thankful that Mr. Hendricks was willing to sit down with Opera Sense and answer a few of our…

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