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  • phoenix: Memorable Night – la destrucción final de la sutileza! Central Park was packed I was a little... 10:21 AM
  • papopera: Neither have I but quelle voix !! Sounds like Rita Gorr. 10:13 AM
  • armerjacquino: I thought that, personality-wise, the role suited Voigt very well (and, on the HD at least,... 10:07 AM
  • PCally: I definitely agree that I would probably take Mattila over Denoke but I do love both of them. I just... 10:03 AM
  • Buster: Lille 15/16: http://fr.calameo. com/read/003560290 524a8b1dd14b 9:56 AM
  • Amnerees: I was out of town for Cossotto’s Carmens in Central Park. As for the Troyanos performance on... 8:57 AM
  • armerjacquino: Bloody hell, you’re really clutching at straws if you have to dredge up the Express.... 8:04 AM
  • Krunoslav: I don’t think having Troyanos’ more beautiful voice and style on record for Solti... 6:43 AM
  • Krunoslav: Not a patch on Our Own ‘ideally suited’ diva, no nonsense about her! http://www.expr... 6:40 AM
  • PushedUpMezzo: Well – if this has spurred your enthusiasm, there are a few places left on this holiday... 4:55 AM

I’ve been working on the regie road

Remember, remember, the first of November, the Occupy regie and quiz! In fact, it required only a few hours of that fateful day for spiderman to identify the opera in question. It was indeed Verdi’s Macbeth, in a staging by Ivo van Hove for the Opéra de Lyon. Another puzzler, this one “period” in style, follows the jump.

36 comments

  • Quanto Painy Fakor says:

    Has anyone quessed War and Peace yet?

  • lucy brown says:

    Has someone set Dr. Zhivago to music? (And would that mean that the book no one ever finished became the movie through which no one ever stayed awake, and then the opera no one ever heard of?)