[WhatsOnStage.com] - “Well, I took him and Judy out to lunch the Christmas before last and then in June and July we were at Glyndebourne together – he doing Cosi and I Billy Budd. We saw a lot of each other then.” Mackerras was a towering figure in the post-war British
[Cincinnati.com] - One of opera's most dashing leading men, the South Bend, Ind., native has attracted fans not only for his rich, warm baritone - winning acclaim for roles such as Billy Budd at the Metropolitan Opera - but also for a few of his shirtless costumes.
[Examiner.com] - Through the port comes the moonshine astray!,” from Benjamin Britten's Billy Budd. This is one of those operas that has a strong following of loyal admirers but is viewed with suspicion (if not fear and loathing) by those who prefer to think of opera
[Stage (blog)] - Further afield, I only finally visited Glyndebourne for the first time last year, when I went to see Michael Grandage's production of Billy Budd. In 28 years of visiting New York regularly, I've seen shows at every single Broadway theatre
[Connesso Magazine] - L'ultimo disco è stato quindi il protagonista della serata, partendo da Il grande Leviatano, passando per Lord Jim, La bianchezza della balena, evidenziando il tema della giustizia di Billy Budd ei viaggi sottomarini di Polpo d'amor.
[Booktryst (blog)] - In his final years, he privately published two volumes of poems: John Marr and Other Sailors (1888), and Timleon (1891); and began Billy Budd which he worked on until his death. Melville found time to travel in his retirement and it appears