2: Bill Clinton received a Rhodes scholarship to study at this university.
4: I'll volunteer that Neyland Stadium hosts college football games in this Tennessee city.
Knoxville (where I did my doctoral internship) (Orange You a Vol?)
6: There are two historically black colleges and universities in D.C.: the University of the District of Columbia and this one named for a Civil War general.
8: This women's college did not fully integrate with Harvard University until 1999.
10: In 1966, four women from this state's Agnes Scott College defeated four men from Princeton University on the General Electric College Bowl
3: Mozart's Die Zauberflöte
is better known in English under this title.
The Magic Flute
6: This composer of Peter and the Wolf
turned the Tolstoy tome War and Peace
into an epic opera.
9: In "Nessun dorma", an aria from this Puccini opera, Calaf proclaims that he will win the title princess.
12: The Guardian
calls the Henry Purcell opera titled for these two characters from Virgil a "lone English operatic success until the 20th century".
Dido and Aeneas
15: Max turns to magic bullets for help in a shooting contest in this German Romantic composer's Der Freischütz
Carl Maria von Weber
OK, so I'm the only one here who doesn't dread the dreaded opera category. I can live with that.