James Sohre

Jim Sohre recently completed a forty-year career with US Army Entertainment, much of it spent in Germany as the Command-level Entertainment Chief. He continues to travel extensively and write about opera and musical events. He is production coordinator for Opera Las Vegas and heads the Young Artists program for which he just directed A Passion for Puccini, an evening of staged arias and scenes from all of Puccini's works.


M&V articles about James Sohre

Ensemble. Lavish and Effective - Marco Tutino's 'La Ciociara' comes to Italy and impresses Giuseppe Pennisi

Articles by James Sohre

James Sohre sends the last of three reports from San Francisco Opera

James Sohre describes an evening of considerable Handelian beauty

James Sohre reports from San Francisco

James Sohre sends the last of his reports from San Francisco

'Jenufa' in San Francisco

San Francisco's starry Don Carlo

James Sohre reviews a Britten rarity

James Sohre is impressed by Bellini's 'Norma'

James Sohre enjoyed Stephen Sondheim's 'Sweeney Todd' at San Francisco Opera

Rare Verdi, well done in San Francisco

Jennifer Higdon's 'Cold Mountain'

Berlioz's 'Les Troyens' at San Francisco Opera brings tears to James Sohre's eyes

Marco Tutino's 'Two Women (La Ciociara)'

James Sohre reports on Pierre Audi's production for Netherlands Opera

James Sohre enjoyed his visit to Wexford Festival Opera

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