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  • kashania: That’s right. I forgot about Lee (whose voice I really liked). Thanks, La Cieca. 8:35 PM
  • La Cieca: The Don Carlo was planned for Rolando Villazon. Alagna took on the part at such short notice that... 8:24 PM
  • kashania: Frittoli’s voice is still lovely but she hasn’t been at her best for several years. Her... 8:19 PM
  • kashania: When was the last time the Met offered Alagna a new production — one where he wasn’t... 8:09 PM
  • kashania: Orion: I don’t have time to watch those YouTube clips right now and I have no doubt that... 8:06 PM
  • tornado12: Although I’m not sure about the Kuchta. The pitch on the recording I found on YouTube was a... 8:04 PM
  • tornado12: I think, I’ve got it: 1) Rita Hunter 2) Kirsten Flagstad 3) Marilyn Horne 4) Hildegard... 8:01 PM
  • armerjacquino: She lists it very firmly in her rep: http://www.christi negoerke.com/#!rep ertoire/c4g2 7:56 PM
  • SilvestriWoman: I seriously doubt Goerke has Turandot in her future. Having worked with her many years ago,... 7:40 PM
  • jackoh: Here is what bothers me about this situation, or model. If opera, at least in the US, can exist only... 7:18 PM

Double digits

“Promiscuous — it’s not a pretty word. But when a matron in black underwear cavorts with two dozen naked hunks, what else can you call her? That’s one of the more striking images director Jay Scheib devised for Thomas Adès’ 1995 Powder Her Face, which this weekend jolted the New York City Opera’s brief spring season to a sizzling start.” [New York Post]

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