Cher Public

  • aulus agerius: Less than 2 years seems to be enough advance to get things sorted out in a manner suitable for everyone. 10:22 AM
  • leosweill: Yoncheva’s Norma! very excited. 10:15 AM
  • manou: news! Sondra Radvanovsky will be the Met's opening-night Norma; Anna Netrebko will sing her first Tosca https://t.co/6y... 10:02 AM
  • WindyCityOperaman: Oops . . . I mean tomorrow night’s. 9:54 AM
  • Ilka Saro: A pleasure to read this review! The only piece I know of his is La Callisto, which sounds like a bit more of a satirical sex... 9:42 AM
  • WindyCityOperaman: I hope someone is covering tonight’s OONY performance. 42 years ago . . . httpvh://www.youtu be.com/watch?v=... 9:41 AM
  • chicagoing: Thanks for the recommendation. I already have a Bach Christmas Oratorio, on which he appears, in my shopping basket to be... 9:40 AM
  • Lee B. Ahmo: I also enjoyed the show – thought it one of their best ever. As usual, your review is spot on. Several among the cast... 6:58 AM

O Mäzene!

It’s been too long, cher public, since La Cieca last lauded the true unsung heroes of parterre box: our advertisers. In the month of July, choosing parterre.com as a platform for reaching their own cher public are: the Lincoln Center Festival, presenting The Passenger; Bard SummerScape, presenting Euryanthe; and the Martina Arroyo Foundation’s Prelude to Performance, presenting La traviata and Il barbiere di Siviglia.

Your doyenne encourages you to read their ads and, more to the point, patronize their productions this summer.

5 comments

  • 1
    phoenix says:

    Without these sponsors we wouldn’t have threads to comment upon. Those of us from outside NYC appreciate this site very much — whether we agree with the proprietor or not.

  • 2
    Uncle Kvetch says:

    I’m hoping to catch at least one of the “Prelude to Performance” operas — they seem like they should be of fairly high quality. Can anyone corroborate?

  • 3
    damekenneth says:

    I’m happy to support anything sponsored by Roz Russell!

  • 4
    aulus agerius says:

    When I bought my Euryanthe tickets I wondered if there was any advantage to anyone of clicking through the link here on the Parterre site.

  • 5
    DeepSouthSenior says:

    Long live capitalism!