Daily Domer Staff | Updated Oct. 22, 2013
Paul Appleby '05 sings the lead tenor role in Two Boys, a newly-commissioned opera composed by Nico Muhly that made its North American premiere at the Metropolitan Opera on Monday, October 21.
The New York Times' Anthony Tommasini writes that "the impressive, youthful tenor Paul Appleby gives his all to the role of Brian" in the opera's debut. (Click here to read the review).
Click on the stories below for more:
Paul Appleby performs "I'm Only Sixteen" (Video from The New York Times)
Paul Appleby in the Met’s “Two Boys” (Matthew Wexler, The Broadway Blog)
'Two Boys' and One Composer (Zachary Woolfe, The New York Times)
Two Takes on Web Identity (Andrew Lavallee, The Wall Street Journal)
New opera development is an art in itself (Anne Midgette, Washington Post)
Two Boys to make North American Premiere at the Met (BroadwayWorld.com)
Two Boys Premieres at the Met Oct. 21 (Adam Hetrick, Playbill.com)
The Met's Commissioning Program Is Starting to Bear Operas (Michael Cooper, The New York Times)
Watch the video preview below from the Metropolitan Opera: