Cher Public

  • Camille: She’s the elder Renée Fleming 8:08 PM
  • Operngasse: I was comparing various tenors singing “In fernem Land” and felt that Vogt and Kaufmann were on opposite ends of... 8:02 PM
  • Camille: oh Thanks a lot to everyone! Now I think to have the general idea of the place and I ask because today an e-mail notifying me... 7:50 PM
  • LT: Is Farrar the new Mary Garden? 7:45 PM
  • ipomoea: Hi Camille, Chanterelle, Tory, Vil, I attend Jordan Hall performances a lot and have sat all over the house. Everything offered... 7:31 PM
  • Tory Adore: Hi Camille- I’ve attended a fair amount of performances there and the sides where the audience sits are oddly raked... 7:02 PM
  • vilbastarda: Camille, the balcony at Jordan Hall has excellent acoustic. The “bad” spots are in the orchestra level in the... 6:54 PM
  • 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

Tales of the planet Htrae

“If Maria Callas remains the prototype of the stormy operatic diva, then Renée Fleming is the anti-Callas. It’s difficult, for example, to imagine ‘La Divina’ delivering the Top 10 List for David Letterman—complete with references to Miley Cyrus’s fondness for twerking—as Fleming did this past September.” [Michigan Avenue]

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