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  • Krunoslav: “Elliot Madore made a particularly amorous Aeneas who could barely keep his hands off his beauteous Dido. Unfortunately... 11:58 PM
  • Krunoslav: Langoustines grillées sauce aux huïtres? 11:56 PM
  • Jack Jikes: Yes! Someone finally said it. 11:45 PM
  • Sanford: Sorry httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=iREn rAiNO-E 11:26 PM
  • Sanford: Just sayin’ https://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=iREn rAiNO-E 11:25 PM
  • Sanford: She apparently borrowed the dress from Morticia. 11:24 PM
  • antikitschychick: sorry my comment was in response to armerj’s post above concerning AN and Lady Macbeth. 9:23 PM
  • antikitschychick: Lol completely agree with everything you said here. I was actually surprised at how campy I found AN’s Lady... 9:21 PM

The Met: What is to be done?

Coming as Peter Gelb did from the music industry, opera lovers hoped that he would display a more distinctive knack for casting and an improved talent pipeline than Joe Volpe offered during the waning years of his tenure.   Read more »

Mission statement

Can it be nearly a quarter-century ago that an Italian mezzo-soprano in her early twenties recorded her first recital? Classical music and the recording industry have undergone remarkable changes during the intervening years, but Cecilia Bartoli remains the same passionate iconoclast who burst onto the scene with that 1988 Rossini CD. Any new Bartoli recording has become a big event, and Mission–her just-released collection of music by Agostino Steffani–proves once again that there is no one quite like Bartoli– ever the Roman conqueror! Read more »