Cher Public

  • skoc211: I saw Clark in “The Light and the Piazza” and she was absolutely stunning. The kind of performance you feel honored... 7:48 PM
  • almavivante: Thank you so much! The sheer abandon of her singing this always amazes me. After all that poor Rodelinda goes though in the... 6:45 PM
  • Hippolyte: In which Sutherland makes a rare mistake in the repeat: httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=uUIh GxJO0mQ Yeah not every word is... 6:34 PM
  • Rowna: Carrisssissima Camillissima et al. I have decided, that relevant or not, my newly painted green finger nails should have world wide... 6:30 PM
  • Camille: Yes, indeed, many happy returns of this day to one of the first musical personalities, if not THE first, to grant an interview... 6:23 PM
  • lyrebird: And the winner is …. 6:17 PM
  • Paysan Bleu: Thank you, Camille, for putting this right; I do understand you better by now (and it’s certainly due to my... 6:03 PM
  • almavivante: Apropos that 1959 Rodelinda with Joan singing in “intelligibl e” English: well, sort of intelligible. I... 5:54 PM

Free Anna

Bel canto fanciers, diva fanatics and freebie queens alike will be delighted to hear that the Met is offering 2,500 gratis tickets to the September 22 open dress rehearsal of Donizetti’s Anna Bolena, starring Anna Netrebko in the title role.

The tickets, limited to two per person, will be distributed through an online drawing held on the Met’s website. Registration for tickets begins today and runs through Thursday, September 15. Winners will be announced on the Met’s website on Friday, September 16.

26 comments