Headshot of La Cieca

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  • Camille: Hey, I TRIED to love the drowned queen! At least I gave it the once over It did certainly quell my... 9:51 PM
  • Camille: Yes, i am and am SOOO relieved that none of it is so bad as what it was last time around. Even... 9:39 PM
  • Lohenfal: One minor correction to Adam’s otherwise excellent report on doings in Berlin. Antonenko sang... 9:18 PM
  • phoenix: Camille is not listening to La Crostacea this evening on Sirius? 9:05 PM
  • phoenix: Camille, aren’t 9:03 PM
  • Camille: You know, that title rings a very distant bell for me as well—maybe it was in L.A.–? I just... 8:28 PM
  • Camille: She could be a fab Färberin, instead. First cousin to Elektra. 8:23 PM
  • marshiemarkII: Yes Magee debut, and she was pretty awful, a distant sound that sounded from under water (no... 7:47 PM
  • mjmacmtenor: I believe that NYCO presented the Weill in English (The Silver Lake?) back in the late 70s... 7:29 PM
  • Camille: Yes she did, and that was her Met debut, if I am not seriously misremembering. 7:25 PM

Going, going, gone!

“New York City Opera, seeking to shed decades’ worth of old sets, costumes and props, has decided to auction off most of the material next month, the company’s general manager and artistic director, George Steel, said on Wednesday.” [New York Times]

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