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  • Chanterelle: Oops, you’re right. I saw them both this spring and wouldn’t you know, they blurred right together–tho ugh... 5:42 PM
  • Camille: Oh thanks a lot for the assurance, Chanterelle, I appreciate it. Imagine that a small, warm and resonant hall will expand all... 5:05 PM
  • Buster: The Amsterdam ones are in concert, with the RCO. Plenty of tickets left. I have one just in case the Elsa cancels, and Haveman... 4:50 PM
  • Chanterelle: Don’t think you’ll have hearing problems anywhere. It’s a relatively small hall, with lots of wood, and a... 4:40 PM
  • kashania: In light of the recent passing of director, Nikolaus Lehnhoff, this thread would be the perfect place to embed a YouTube video... 4:28 PM
  • Chanterelle: Ah, the Mahler 8. I’m betting Nelsons hired him on the strength of Lohengrin, which they’ve done together at... 4:22 PM
  • Camille: Regarding NEC Jordan Hall — can anyone advise me as to the seating — that is to say-if you buy a less expensive seat... 4:22 PM
  • Camille: Yes, well, I certainly agree in principle but since I have heard him live, no only in-house but in a SHED (Tanglewood) and still... 3:57 PM

The beat goes on

Weltstardiva Anna Netrebko plays a basement in Greenwich Village next month when she headlines “Russian Exoticism: From Folk Music to Prince Igor,” a concert at Le Poisson Rouge. On Wednesday, January 15 at 8 p.m., Netrebko will join three stars of the Met’s new production of Prince Igor—bass-baritone Ildar Abdrazakov, who sings the title role, mezzo-soprano Anita Rachvelishvili, and bass Stefan Kocán—for arias from the Borodin opera… plus “folk songs from the outer reaches of the Russian borders and beyond.”

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