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Born to be Wilde

Last night at The Academy of Music, one butterfly was crushed upon the proverbial wheel. Another fared much better.  Cocooned in an amiable production of Theo Morrison‘s revised Oscar, David Daniels flew to new heights in the congenial title role.   Read more »

Return of the king

Fifteen years after his first parterre box interview, that criterion of countertenors David Daniels speaks of Oscar Wilde, Marilyn Horne, marriage and political art. Read more »

Unadorned

There was wonder and magic Wednesday night in Philly when The Philadelphia Chamber Music Society presented British tenor Mark Padmore and American pianist Jonathan Biss in a recital devoted to the songs of Schumann, Tippett, and Fauré. Read more »

Barber on the verge of a nervous breakdown

It’s a place where the one thing you can expect is the unexpected. The place is… Philadelphia?

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