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  • moi: I guess we don’t have to worry about that…. I just read, that she’ll be singing... 3:49 AM
  • LT: Her first aria was sung quite well too. Certainly better than that dependable workhorse of today. 2:36 AM
  • Buster: Thanks – her intensity here reminded me of Frida Leider, love her. A lot of Symposium̵... 12:59 AM
  • Buster: Moi: the next Hamburg Fanciulla will be Barbara Haveman. 12:52 AM
  • Vergin Vezzosa: @parpignol – I find your comments about La Rad very interesting as I have had much the... 12:22 AM
  • Sempre liberal: I must admit, the Robert Greenberg Great Courses talks can help pass the time. The Verdi... 11:37 PM
  • Quanto Painy Fakor: She has the widest vibrato I have ever heard, making the likes of Calleja and Florez... 10:52 PM
  • danpatter: That’s a real find! Thanks for sharing this. I’d never heard her before. 8:18 PM
  • kashania: It’s true. I may have been optimistic there. 6:59 PM
  • mia apulia: like a forgotten bad dream from many years ago, suddenly recalled 5:46 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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