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  • redbear: See above. The religious freedom of forced marriages at 10 or 12 and genital mutiliation? That is... 11:09 AM
  • redbear: Dabrowski. Another question. We know that almost every Muslim woman goes without a veil in France,... 11:06 AM
  • messa di voce: Doesn’t administration, in conjunction with singers and conductors, plan what they want... 10:58 AM
  • Quanto Painy Fakor: Too bad there was no New York City Opera to produce this piece. They needed the... 10:47 AM
  • MontyNostry: I was thinking kebabs. Here in the UK people talk about ‘having a doner’ when the... 10:46 AM
  • LittleMasterMiles: I assume the reference is to the announcement in the program and on the website,... 10:29 AM
  • LittleMasterMiles: You’re right: a backstory makes a character human; it doesn’t justify his... 10:23 AM
  • CwbyLA: pasavant, what you said about veil not being required by Muslim law is incorrect. What is said in... 10:07 AM
  • Poison Ivy: I think mamoud’s monologue is the closest to a “backstory&# 8221; but his actions... 10:00 AM
  • Dabrowski: This sort of rationalization for France’s racist law is no different from the Russian claim... 9:53 AM

A disturbance in the force

The scene outside the Met last night (above) and inside (after the jump).

Photo via @wagnerblog

57 comments

  • zinka says:

    Sept.26 Fritz Wunderlich (1930)..Left us so soon.

    Piotr adores him…but it seems he is becoming his “succesor.”

  • zinka says:

    Piotr loves Wunderlich and along with his other love, Nicolai Gedda, he is reminding us more and more of this kind of stylistic beautiful singing.
    This IS my favorite tenor…no kidding..He just melts you away!!!