Headshot of La Cieca

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  • la vociaccia: Ben Heppner retiring from singing: http://mobile.nyti mes.com/blogs/arts beat/2014/04/24... 6:13 PM
  • phoenix: And just exactly where can I find this ‘A-list̵ 7; you write about? Is bel canto the... 6:11 PM
  • semira mide: tiger1dk, I only have heard the complete Tell with Pavarotti on recordings, but I did hear... 5:54 PM
  • la vociaccia: Would you really take Shrader over either of the singers mentioned here? I’m just trying... 5:50 PM
  • The Conte: I’d take Shrader over pretty much anything (kitchen table, sink etc.) Going on that... 5:30 PM
  • Henry Holland: Also: August 21 Britten: War Requieum Susan Gritton soprano Toby Spence tenor Hanno... 5:28 PM
  • laddie: So agree with you! 5:11 PM
  • redbear: I just saw an Act III in concert on the 13th with the Bordeaux-Aquitaine orchestra and Paul Daniel.... 5:03 PM
  • aulus agerius: Not too shabby, Leonardo C! I am very pleasantly surprised. In bocca al lupo!! 5:00 PM
  • rapt: Thanks for that note, WCO–it didn’t even OCCUR to me! At my age, I need all the help I can... 4:17 PM

Sunday in the dark

La Cieca (pictured, left) is putting the final touches on Sunday afternoon’s meet-greet-and-Vêpres event. Those parterrians who reserved places in advance (also pictured) are asked to arrive at Symphony Space no later than 2:30 PM to collect their tickets for the film directly from your doyenne (who will be sporting a parterre box t-shirt, not the dressier garb pictured above), and pre-and-post opera antics will transpire in the adjoining Symphony Space cafe.  

Stragglers (and you know who you are!) will be happy to know that La Cieca will have a few cancellation tickets available at the discount price, plus there are seats for the screening at regular price available online and at the Symphony Space box office on the day. So if you do find yourself on the Upper West Side Sunday afternoon, don’t be shy about dropping by and joining in the fun!