Performing Arts

Review: One fled Nazis; one was an overlooked Black talent. Together at L.A. Opera, composers shine anew

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When James Conlon arrived as Los Angeles Opera’s music director in 2006, he immediately discovered that the city might prove the ideal backdrop for what has been one of his key missions, what he called “recovering” the voices of composers silenced by the Second World War and then mostly forgotten. …

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