Headshot of La Cieca

Cher Public

  • Evenhanded: Well. Thanks for the excellent review, Ivy. I don’t attend many Met performances, but will... 6:01 PM
  • lorenzo.venezia: Yes, Porgy, the Carsen production is, IMO, far more satisfying than Decker’s. And... 5:34 PM
  • Poison Ivy: Wtf? Did a bug crawl up your butt this morning? 5:10 PM
  • phoenix: It doesn’t matter. Gelb recommends her & Ivy loved her ‘bell-like&# 8217; tones... 4:59 PM
  • Gualtier M: We overlapped at LOC around 1985, Sanford. I saw that Capuleti with Gasdia’s U.S. debut.... 4:55 PM
  • Lohengrin: I hope that JK will always sound like JK, with the unique colours of his impressive voice. 4:17 PM
  • tatiana: Absolutely! I also just want say how much I LOVE WindyCityOperaman& #8217;s way of relating these... 4:14 PM
  • Sanford: Some of my favorite evenings at the opera were at LOC. A friend (and I can’t believe that he... 4:10 PM
  • kashania: Agreed on all your points about the Carsen Traviata. Ciofi is very magnetic. I only heard... 4:06 PM
  • steveac10: Yet for awhile in the aughts he was able to get a more than fair number of singers on the fast... 4:04 PM

Wet and wild intermission feature

With this glimpse of Andreas Kriegenburg‘s production of Der Ring ohne Maschinen for Munich, La Cieca invites the cher public to discuss off-topic and general interest subjects during the week of February 12.

266 comments