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  • aulus agerius: I am currently rereading The Count of Monte Cristo for a book group. It remains probably the best book I’ve ever... 12:06 PM
  • kashania: I’d never heard the Berganza recording. Beautiful, sensitive stuff, if a bit too precious on the climactic... 12:04 PM
  • Cocky Kurwenal: I was actually at this concert, having just started a contract in Brussels. How lovely to have the opportunity to hear... 12:02 PM
  • kashania: Her speaking voice may sound like she’s a Brit, but… I’ve always loved the hushed the delivery on... 11:54 AM
  • Camille: I walked after “Sogno talor” and il Consorte discovered her in her illicit Freudian dream state. By then, I was... 11:48 AM
  • phoenix: ‘No reason for the changes are given.’ Could Algana have wanted to keep it all in the family? – If I’m... 11:40 AM
  • Camille: No sir, I was scoping out the cutie during the first half. As is my custom, I WALKED. I walked up to the MET where I watched... 11:38 AM
  • Camille: There is a fun chapter from The Count of Monte Cristo involving the opera Parisina d’Este, situated at the Teatro... 11:30 AM

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