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  • mozartFreak: From this thread alone, I quote: “As I said in an earlier thread, this proposal is the... 1:19 AM
  • steveac10: Blue Cabochon. That’s a heaping helping of unsubstantiated wrongdoing. Firstly – No... 1:06 AM
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  • bluecabochon: I don’t understand your stance on this, LaC. I have met you many times in person and... 12:57 AM
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  • DellaCasaFan: Agresta is terrific here. Many thanks for the clip. It’s a taxing role, I recall reading... 12:42 AM
  • Flora del Rio Grande: Archae, from that clip I think she may be 90 y.o., and from the sound, more... 12:42 AM
  • La Cieca: See, here’s the thing: I keep hearing “rancor̶ 1; and “puppet master”... 12:34 AM
  • Flora del Rio Grande: And that Leonora was . . . (:) 12:34 AM

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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