Triumph at the Washington National Opera: six standing ovations in six full house performances.

The final summary of the extraordinary success in Washington: Six evenings that brought six standing ovations. This is a picture of the conductor Maestro Anzolini bringing Philip Glass to receive the huge accolades of audience, cheering the composer and his piece. It was an uncommon and unusual box-office triumph, a house fully sold for the six performances, a landmark of modern opera


DC Metro Theater Arts publishes an article about Maestro Anzolini’s “Triumph” in his debut at the Washington National Opera

“Conductor Dante Santiago Anzolini and director Tazewell Thompson triumph in their WNO debuts.” A full review of DC Metro Arts titled “Dangerous”: ‘Appomattox’ at Kennedy Center. It can be read at: