Cher Public

  • Cicciabella: Interesting. Did the ROH tip Tom Service that she would be something special, or was the substitution and subsequent buzz... 1:27 PM
  • PushedUpMezzo: No, but the Guardian was http://www.theguar dian.com/music/tom serviceblog/2015/j ul/07/soprano-star -born-ekaterina... 1:02 PM
  • LT: Judging by her youtube videos, vocally she’s average at best. 12:58 PM
  • phoenix: For anyone who cares to listen to the premiere yesterday, click on the picture and the archive will begin: http://www.br.d... 12:34 PM
  • Quanto Painy Fakor: I know it’s unbearably hot these days in Germany and elsewhere, but I find it amusing that Thieleman is... 10:33 AM
  • Cicciabella: Unrelated to Joan Sutherland, but apparently Bakanova replacing Yoncheva in Traviata at the ROH was a real star-is-born... 10:12 AM
  • Rowna: Random thoughts: As soon as Ms Elkins started singing, my ears perked up. What a great artist with a beautiful voice. I am and... 7:58 AM
  • Henry Holland: Thanks for the heads up, I’ll give it a listen this weekend. 1:57 AM

City of dreams

With issue #42a, “City of Dreams,” parterre box the queer opera zine returned at least temporarily to a rational numbering system. Somewhat less than rational, however, were that issue’s contents: La Cieca delights in Der Ring Gott Farblonjet at Show World; Manuela Haltertop thickens the plot of “All About Steve”; Dr. Repertoire answers in exhaustive depth questions from the cher public; John Yohalem introduces us to the concept of “Shamanic Opera-going”; and we hear reports of performances from Vienna to San Francisco courtesy of Dawn Fatale, Fils de Brahma and Gertie Dammerung. [Download Issue #42a]

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