Dialogue of the Carmelites and loathed his A Midsummer Night's Dream, that some found his direction "wonderful," "beautiful," and "often moving," while others found it "strange," "weird," or "just plain wrong." "'Wrong'?" he asks. "I would say … there's not much I would say." The consensus seems to be that his Carmelites was brilliantly affecting, his Cunning Little Vixen sweetly delightful, his Midsummer Night's Dream barely tolerable-mostly because of the music-and that reaction to the rest was all over the map. "People are allowed to disagree," says Major. "I try to tell the story as well and as cleanly as I can, but I don't expect everybody to agree with the story I decide to tell, because it's done from a particular point of view, and people will..."/>
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U-M School of Music performs Falstaff

Josh Major Tackles Falstaff

"One of the seven wonders of the world!

From the November, 2011 issue

Josh Major is flabbergasted that anybody finds his opera productions for the U-M School of Music controversial. "They do? I didn't know people even talked about it!"

 
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