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  • Quanto Painy Fakor: New FAUST production in Salzburg – UGLY!!!!!!!! 2:04 AM
  • danpatter: I couldn’t agree more. Tucker’s voice was the first tenor voice I listened to and liked. He was on so many... 6:45 PM
  • kennedet: I could be dead wrong but I find it difficult to believe that Battle’s life will ever appear on stage, film or anywhere... 5:14 PM
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  • Daniel: Arquez, pardonnez-moi̷ 0; 3:33 PM
  • Daniel: It’s unfortunate to read yet another review so focused on soloists’ vocal timbre rather than the overall effect of the... 3:31 PM
  • 98rsd: Levine and the Met Chorus and Orchestra easily outclassed this effort. And the soloists were basically just okay. Any idea why... 2:41 PM

An audience with La Cieca

La Cieca is happy to announce a meet-and-greet gathering for New York City area parterre readers on November 24 starting at 2:30 pm at Symphony Space. The focal event of the afternoon will be a screening of Les Vêpres Siciliennes from the Royal Opera House at 3:00 pm, with socializing (pictured, above) to occur during the intervals and, after the film, adjourning to a neighborhood watering hole TBD.

Your doyenne has secured a block of prime tickets for the parterriani, which you may reserve by emailing La Cieca and specifying the number of tickets you want held in your name. Each ticket is $18 (a discount of $5 from the single-ticket price) and La Cieca will be in touch with each attendee individually to arrange payment.

If you’re interested in meeting and/or greeting La Cieca and/or JJ, not to mention your fellow parterrians, please do make a reservation by November 15. It’s necessary for La Cieca to have an accurate head count (pictured below) so she may inform the Symphony Space minions.

Photos: Alastair Muir