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  • Feldmarschallin: LOL. Lets see if she sings. She just had her second baby. Perhaps Edith Haller will replace... 7:23 AM
  • manou: Would you prefer “dasching 221;? 7:19 AM
  • Feldmarschallin: This from the Met website: James Levine returns to Wagner with a signature run of this epic... 7:16 AM
  • Uncle Kvetch: Tickets must be selling poorly. Tickets are way cheap on Met web site. There are definitely... 7:03 AM
  • Olivero is my Drug of Choice: httpv://youtu.be/t M0SVA3b0XE 4:48 AM
  • La marquise de Merteuil: I also wish to add: - I think it was Stendhal (?) who termed Pasta and Malibran... 4:08 AM
  • ML: I’m not sure Hvoro’s comments were eccentric. I’m not sure, either, why Bluevicks... 2:56 AM
  • Buster: And she portrays Agathe as a real person instead of an angelical zombie. That must have come from... 2:40 AM
  • Buster: Charlotte Margiono in the Konwitschny Freischütz. Never saw that before! Love it when an Agathe sings... 2:06 AM
  • steveac10: And if they’re right somebody needs to alert the likes of Farrar, Jeritza, Kirsten, Moffo... 12:52 AM

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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