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Topic - Mark Campbell
A melancholy sense of lost opportunity pervades "Silent Night," an opera that tells of a moment in World War I when soldiers from hostile nations joined together for an informal truce on Christmas Eve, 1914.
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ohn Musto's comic opera "Volpone" returned to its original venue during the weekend as the Wolf Trap Opera Company unveiled a snazzy new production of the work it commissioned and premiered in March 2004. The company's current iteration of the opera seems considerably more polished, crackling with malice, humor, and surprisingly deep insight into the less savory aspects of the human character.