Headshot of La Cieca

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  • Greg.Freed: Huh, well I’m glad Mr. Kosman was more blown away by Haroutounian than I was though... 7:47 PM
  • manou: http://tinyurl.com /nuez4gh 7:37 PM
  • Quanto Painy Fakor: Jagde is probably the most All-American looking Cavaradossi ever. Very GQ. 7:31 PM
  • Greg.Freed: No, and that’s part of what works about it. Bosquet, we are told, didn’t slavishly... 7:15 PM
  • Avantialouie: Is this setting “geographica lly accurate”? I mean, is this REALLY the exact view... 7:04 PM
  • manou: It seems this opera is indeed called Lips by Peter Kreuder: http://peter-kreud er.de/en/hp/abo... 6:43 PM
  • dr.malatempra: Jagde replaced Andrew Richards in Tosca here in Santa Fe two years ago. Ironically, Hampson... 6:36 PM
  • basso profundo: I’ve heard Jagde a few times and have been impressed each time. He might not have a... 6:30 PM
  • littoraldrift: Can anyone identify what the “awful awful terrible” opera Nilsson is saying she... 6:08 PM
  • Quanto Painy Fakor: I remember being one of the youngest people in the audience here. httpv://www.you... 5:50 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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