Review submitted by Tony Villecco To open its 61st season, Binghamton’s Tri-Cities Opera has produced a visually and vocally sparkling "Le Nozze di Figaro." Mozart’s perennial favorite, based on the story by Beaumarchais with libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte, has retained all of its humor and pathos, commenting on the division of class structure with as much relevance today as when it premiered in 1786. But make no mistake, it is the music that shines, and the majority of these young singers rose to its challenges.
Were you out-and-about over the weekend, enjoying the arts of Greater Binghamton and Broome County? Were you someplace where you could hear, see, learn from or interact with the arts? And, to be honest, it doesn't just have to be a weekend event. If something art-full happened to you during the week, please join our conversation and add to the comment section of this post....Read more
Displaying art, exploring science and preserving history? You bet! But “acting as a landlord”? You’re not going to find that phrase anywhere in the mission statement of Binghamton’s Roberson Museum and Science Center. That’s why, after lengthy discussion, the Roberson Board of Directors has put the museum’s Decker Arts & Cultural Center on the market. (more…)...Read more
Welcome to the "Broome Arts Mirror," the Broome County Arts Council's brand new blog! BAMirror has a mission to "provide a lively forum for informed, respectful conversation about and commentary on the arts experience in Broome County" and Greater Binghamton, New York. Through interviews, previews, reviews, features and commentary, BAMirror intends to reflect (like a "mirror" - get it?) the real depth, breadth, diversity and vibrancy of the arts here in the Southern Tier. BAMirror's target audience is -- well -- everyone who is involved with,...Read more