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Opera continues to lag behind Chrome and its other rivals, but it's not out of the browser game just yet. The company has launched a brand new mobile browser, an updated one for desktop and a way to keep them synced and connected even without lo...

Classical music has long had a place in commercials, but now it is being used as more than a jokey device or a signal of sophistication.

Atiya, Bakary, David, George, Junior, Lakaydia, Mayowa, and Pablo from Archbishop Tenison's School, Oval(Photo Opera Holland Park)Michael Volpe, general director of Opera Holland Park (OHP), continues his imaginative campaign to de-mystify opera. In...

A new Emily Brontë-inspired monodrama opens today, January 5, in New York: Emily Brontë – Through life and death, a chainless soul (world premiere)Poetic mono-opera based on selected poems of Emily Brontë for the 200th anniversary of the bi...

Keighley News reports some of the Emily Brontë's bicentenary events at the Brontë Parsonage (with a big, big blunder):A packed programme of activities for the 200th anniversary will centre on Haworth and in particular the Brontë Parsonage Museum.S...

Operawire has an announcement:Tenri Cultural Institute has announced the world premiere of “Emily Brontë – Through Life and Death, A Chainless Soul,” a poetic mono-opera in one act based on selected poems of Emily Brontë by composer Akemi Nai...

When Google brought its Allo chat app to the web, it only supported Chrome. That partly defeats the point of an app-independent client, doesn't it? Thankfully, Google agrees. It just expanded Allo's web support to get it running on Firefox,...