A royal opera

Galvin, Peter
May 1995
Advocate;5/30/95, Issue 682, p55
Profiles gay classical composer, Lowell Liebermann and his opera based on the novel, `The Picture of Dorian Gray.' Flutist James Galway's impression of Liebermann; Premiere of the opera in May 1996 with the Monte Carlo Opera; Dedication of opera to Monaco's Princess Caroline; Liebermann's childhood and early family life; Training in classical music.


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