By Nino Pantano
Special to Brooklyn Daily Eagle

BROOKLYIN — Brooklyn’s Regina Opera concluded its 41st season with Offenbach’s Tales of Hoffmann, a fantasy with glorious music.

With his companion Nicklausse (the Muse) the poet Hoffmann tells the students in Luther’s Tavern of his three lost loves, Olympia, Giulietta and Antonia.

At the Saturday, June 4 performance, Hoffmann was Ubaldo Feliciano-Hernandez, whose clarion tenor and strong stagecraft was revealed in his singing of the “Kleinzach Aria” in the prologue. Feliciano-Hernandez made Art Headlines

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