Headshot of La Cieca

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  • Lohenfal: Bill, I live too far away from Bard and didn’t see the Fierrabras you mention. However, the... 8:11 PM
  • kashania: No doubt, La Cieca. At least Gelb is addressing the situation. 7:37 PM
  • La Cieca: It would have been better if the galloping increases in union compensation had been addressed five... 7:28 PM
  • kashania: Agreed. It would have been much better if they had addressed the pay structure and the pensions and... 6:54 PM
  • bluecabochon: You say that as if it’s a bad thing. 6:45 PM
  • Bill: Did anyone besides me attend the Fierrabras at Bard last Sunday. I see no reviews in the NY Times and... 6:41 PM
  • olliedawg: I have to agree with operaasport’ s POV. The terms described take a small percentage from... 6:35 PM
  • operaassport: That’s a common clause in contracts and has nothing to do with who is more powerful. 6:19 PM
  • operaassport: “Pretty significant cuts.” You must be reading a different document than me. I see... 6:18 PM
  • operaassport: Nice try from our resident union spokesman but when “AGMA” decides how it is going... 6:15 PM

A doge’s life

debiasioSays the Met press office: “Roberto De Biasio will make his Met debut as Gabriele Adorno in the Thursday, January 20 opening performance of Simon Boccanegra, replacing Ramón Vargas, who is ill. Mr. Vargas is scheduled to sing the remainder of the performances.”

1 comment

  • Dongiovantoine says:

    I saw Roberto in the same opera in Montreal last March, and he was very good, beautiful voice, strong enough, no problems whatsoever with the tessitura, and moreover looked the part ! He’s also a very gracious person. Great to hear he made to the Met !