Opera

Opera

Opera Is Launching a Web Browser for Gamers

Opera GX has Twitch integration and automatically limits the amount of RAM and processing power it uses so your games don't crash.
Nicole Carpenter
6.11.19
NORTH KOREA

North Koreans Were Treated to a Mining Opera on TV During the Trump-Kim Summit

Complete with jazz hands.
Adam Forrest
6.12.18
Film

Daniela Vega Is 'A Fantastic Woman'

The transgender actress shares how she developed her character in the Oscar-winning film, 'A Fantastic Woman,' as well as how her family helped her to live out her full identity from an early age.
Coco Romack
5.7.18
black history

The Groundbreaking Black Singer Whose Voice Inspired Martin Luther King Jr.

The extraordinary life of American music and civil rights icon Marian Anderson, who will soon appear on the $5 bill, told in five historic concerts.
Chloe Kent
4.12.18
Opinion

Just .69 Percent of Americans Use Opera, Which Is a Bummer Because it's Like Chrome But Better

Opera is built on the same engine as Chrome but is optimized to use less memory, which has made life much less frustrating for tab-obsessed users.
Jason Koebler
3.6.18
Noisey Specials

Noisey & BBK Presents: JME Performing "Man Don't Care" With an Opera Singer

This is very, very rare.
Noisey Staff
7.13.17
Features

DIY Electronic Productions Are Challenging What Opera Can Be

Welcome to opera in the 21st century.
Daniel Shkolnik
7.5.17
Reviews

Friendship Ended With CHROME Now OPERA Is My Best Friend

It's time to break up with Chrome and all the RAM it eats up.
Jason Koebler
5.15.17
Oikospiel

David Kanaga’s Dog Opera, ‘Oikospiel’, Is Delirious Protest Art

Seizing the means of production (and a lot of Unity assets), the composer takes on labor, climate change, and the political moment.
Lewis Gordon
3.20.17
Art

A Gothic, Apocalyptic Opera Releases the Demons of Black Collective Consciousness

M. Lamar’s latest performance is a dark opera that meditates upon white suprematism and violence committed against black bodies in the US.
Andrew Nunes
1.17.17
Art

'Breaking the Waves' of a New Kind of Opera

At Prototype Festival, Missy Mazzoli's Lars von Trier adaptation makes a strong case for an alternative Friday evening activity.
Emerson Rosenthal
1.12.17
Music

Music in Prisons, Homeless Shelters, and Refugee Camps Could Change the World

A world-famous opera singer teams up with humanitarian groups for social change.
Catherine Chapman
1.3.17
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