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  • Poison Ivy: Here’s the ovations on youtube. It does sound like there was some small but persistent... 7:51 PM
  • jd: I was there and I loved it! Damrau was especially good as was Christian Gerhaher, the baritone. Big... 7:43 PM
  • Rackon: Wish I had been there – it *is* one of my favorite requiems, both to sing and to hear. 7:40 PM
  • Milady DeWinter: Sweetie, from your mouth to God’s ear : Anna, come save AIda! I totally agree that she... 6:21 PM
  • calaf47: Yes…a very exciting evening in every way…with the “second̶ 1; cast and... 6:18 PM
  • Lindoro Almaviva: While I am at it, why not Larmore or Sonia Ganassi? They are moving to heavier Rep with... 6:05 PM
  • Lindoro Almaviva: I think Vesselina Kassarova used to do the role and she sounded pretty ferocious in it.... 5:58 PM
  • Uncle Kvetch: I saw it 10 days later, on Halloween. The Pamina that night was Miah Persson, and Toby Spence... 5:27 PM
  • antikitschychick: best of luck to you on your business travails Sanford :-). 5:11 PM
  • antikitschychick: yes Aida does require a lot of stamina…only singers with great technique can get... 5:09 PM

Se non e vero, e ben Trovatore

A tip of the hennin to Our Own Phoenix for his nightmarish Trovatore scenario, once again suggesting a Stefan Herheim production pushed only gently over the edge. As such, Phoenix will be the proud recipient of two tickets to WQXR’s exclusive season preview for the Met at the charming downtown Greene Space, featuring Ildar AbdrazakovIsabel Leonard, David AldenThomas Adès and (health permitting) Dolora Zajick. Congratulations, and understand that La Cieca feels just the the proudest of mother hens!

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