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Cher Public

  • "Yes, I read this with great interest as these artists appear here frequently...." - chicagoing
  • "Thank you Kash. You’re always a class act. Sempre, sempre…" - Tubsinger
  • "A while back, I promised I would report on the Verdi REQUIEM with Amber Wagner,..." - kashania
  • "Love the Barbie Sartre. Put me in mind of Luciano Chessa’s “Variazi..." - m. croche
  • "Was Krunoslav writing for Newsday back then :-)?" - peter
  • "Thanks for the Palestrina, I just love that opera." - gustave of montreal
  • "In Cosi at the Met she seemed another unnecessary British import. The Per pieta was..." - 98rsd
  • "I once heard a BBC tape of Elizabeth Harwood doing the original version of..." - Orlando Furioso

The shock of the new

“The article also referred imprecisely to offerings in the Lyric Opera of Chicago’s 2012-13 season. While A Streetcar Named Desire, by André Previn, is the only one that was composed in the last 100 years, the company will also present Richard Strauss’s Elektra, which was first performed in 1909. Thus it is not the case that A Streetcar Named Desire is the only opera in the company’s season ‘from the last century’ if ‘the last century’ is taken as a reference to the 20th century.” [New York Times]