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  • laddie: Timely quiz- Fidelio on Medici tomorrow from Verbier, conducted by Minkowski, and of course later in... 7:03 PM
  • steveac10: But Pecheurs is an even easier sell. Especially if you can cast a baritone and tenor who have six... 6:53 PM
  • MontyNostry: There is a big profile of Herlitzius in the August edition of Opera magazine, which is... 6:39 PM
  • Orion: Fine with pleasure Grimoaldo, and will read also Manou’s report too ;) I will give you my... 6:24 PM
  • Camille: Exactly what I had in mind! Now, let’s hope he doesn’t try to strangle her... 6:20 PM
  • DellaCasaFan: Buster, these are fantastic hits for the first run. It took me more than one listening for a... 6:20 PM
  • grimoaldo: Yes we are interested Orion (some of us anyway) please report ( I hope manou will too)! 6:05 PM
  • grimoaldo: “CuirassR 21; is not a word you hear very often, it brings to my mind “This tight... 6:01 PM
  • Orion: Kashaniar, I read your comment with great interest, because I know that many people have the same... 5:58 PM
  • Stendhal: Your comment is a perfect example of ideological thinking that has become accepted as fact by... 5:54 PM

Geherheimnis

“Since no opera company in the U.S. has quite got up the courage to present a Herheim production, this webcast offers us a chance to sample this director’s unique style of Regie: it’s simultaneously brainy and exuberant, somehow balancing strict intellectual rigor and the brashest theatricality. It’s a bit like hearing a treatise from TDR performed by Lypsinka.” Our Own JJ returns to the pages of Musical America with his latest Rough and Regie column. (Thanks to Likely Impossibilities for the very handy neologism in the headline!)

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