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  • turings: Don’t get it either, but there is this interview/profile in the Guardian today:... 1:09 PM
  • kashania: This old idea from a back issue of Parterre is still the best idea of a Jessye TV show:... 1:01 PM
  • Quanto Painy Fakor: httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=lf-9 NPceJq8 12:49 PM
  • kashania: I feel like we’re missing a link here, or something… 12:44 PM
  • Will: I also took it as his direct address to the audience (us). I can certainly understand if he felt he... 11:46 AM
  • manou: This is mostly for Lady Abbado (hoping that she speaks Italian): https://soundcloud .com/radioclass... 11:07 AM
  • spiderman: Yes, DonCarloFanatic, chairs are a EUROPEAN thing … that’s why you still have to sit... 10:48 AM
  • DonCarloFanatic: Oh, no. Chairs AGAIN??! It’s a European thing, and I also do not understand why it... 10:36 AM
  • aulus agerius: I did not notice Cav being dark. However, The Paramount Theater makes a big deal of the fact... 9:32 AM
  • aulus agerius: I thought having Canio sing his aria in front of the curtain was an echo of Tonio singing the... 9:09 AM

You don’t have to be Druids to love it

“The Met’s production, originally directed by John Copley, is still a hideous, confusing mess. But with Ms. Meade and Ms. Barton acting with moving subtlety, singing generously and feeling deeply, it was hard to care.” [New York Times]

We’ll settle that tonight!

La Cieca has been wining, dining and otherwise wooing her Met connection (pictured above) and he (or is it she?) has come across with some tidbits about upcoming seasons at Casa Gelb, detailed after the jump. Read more »

Ugh! Neve!

La Cieca celebrates (if that is the word) the first snowfall of the season in New York in the traditional manner: with a video clip from La fanciulla del West. Read more »