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  • mia apulia: we are all so pleased with her! me, too, how beautiful and well done so many moments, phrases, sounds….. 2:13 AM
  • Jungfer Marianne Leitmetzerin: She is veering dangerously into Simone Kermes’ territory… 1:50 AM
  • PCally: I’m seriously seriously looking forward to that first Aida. Sounds absolutely born for the role and I never really she would... 1:16 AM
  • Quanto Painy Fakor: And here is the Ohio song httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=UlBG PCtejUk 1:07 AM
  • Quanto Painy Fakor: Here they are wearing their DIMA T-Shirts. httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=ahnK HnK2IT4 Netrebko should add the full... 1:05 AM
  • Camille: Hmmmm…..when I heard him sing Otello at Carnegie a few years ago with Muti et al, I thought it would develop more over time.... 12:22 AM
  • Niel Rishoi: I listened to the “O patria mia” and “Un bel di 3 times each. My word. What a full-bodied, luscious tone,... 12:11 AM
  • Camille: NO more Adinas, that is. Adriana is very nice and the triumphant “L’asp etto!!” at the end of the Butterfly is... 12:08 AM

Comeback kid

After an absence of seven seasons, tenor Richard Leech will return to the stage of the Met on April 27 as Albert Gregor in The Makropulos Case. He replaces Kurt Streit (who withdrew because of illness) in the entire run of the Janacek opera through May 11. The Makropulos Case, conducted by Jirí Belohlávek and directed by Elijah Moshinsky, also stars Karita Mattila as Emilia Marty, Johan Reuter in his Met debut as Jaroslav Prus, and Tom Fox as Dr. Kolenaty.

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