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  • Flora del Rio Grande: Rant? I don’t think so. But thanks, Kashie. Laddie — for anything, even... 10:29 PM
  • Jungfer Marianne Leitmetzerin: Maybe we WERE all there! I had been on vacation in Provincetown and we flew... 9:44 PM
  • operaassport: That could probably be arranged :) 9:24 PM
  • m. croche: And for those who can’t wait to find out what tracks will be on Hvorostovsky’ ;s new... 9:12 PM
  • Bill: Milady – Jurinac and Seefried have been the best soprano Octavians I have seen – and... 9:10 PM
  • kashania: Thanks for the clips, Olivero. I’ve bookmarked them for later. 9:03 PM
  • kashania: Isolde? Wow. I thought she just wasn’t interested in German rep. Surely, Ariadne, Sieglinde... 8:57 PM
  • kashania: Oh laddie, don’t be so specific. Rants resist logic. 8:55 PM
  • laddie: For what? Carmen? ???!!!! Fidelio??? Le Rossignol???? Impresario??? Don Pasquale??? and, heaven... 8:11 PM
  • Camille: Thanks! I so love that Sibelius song, and rather like the Sea Pictures as well. Brave of her to sing... 7:29 PM

Swedish frisson

“Last week’s freak nor’easter set the tone for Thursday’s chilly new production of Un Ballo in Maschera at the Met…. Sadly, [David Alden's] Ballo feels more like a pitch meeting than a production. There’s an avalanche of ideas, but none of them are developed.” [New York Post]

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