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  • WindyCityOperaman: Povero Carlo Bini! http://www.nytimes .com/1982/10/15/ar ts/photo-of-carlo- bini-a-night-at-th e-opera-triumph... 1:02 PM
  • kashania: Netrebko withdrew from the production and Opolais stepped in. 12:28 PM
  • Camille: ……but& #8211;What?? Please don’t leave us guessing like you did with Elsa, Lohengrin! You know how curious... 12:21 PM
  • ML: That was observant, Camille. The fianc√© has a placeholder where roles will be. It should be remembered that Muti chose him for des... 12:12 PM
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  • phoenix: ‘Some memories are realities, and are better than anything that can ever happen to one again.’ - Willa Cather 11:38 AM

Wingless victory

Of particular visual interest in last weekend’s Lohengrin (though not perhaps so tantalizing as Jonas Kaufmann‘s aristocratic bare feet, pictured above) is the very obvious change in the staging that was made between the antegenerale (in which Anja Harteros sang Elsa) and the telecast opening night. Read more »