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  • alejandro: I’ve been praying for a Netrebko/Kaufmann Luisa Miller forever. She probably won’t... 11:04 AM
  • figaroindy: correction “130 YEAR OLD OPERA COMPANY” 10:48 AM
  • figaroindy: Well, I don’t see that happening….s orry. And if it did, the headline two years... 10:47 AM
  • norma54: ……coul dn’t agree more with MOZARTFREAK, that is! 10:42 AM
  • norma54: ‘Couldn̵ 7;t agree MORE !! The only headline I want to see is: BOARD WAKES UP…GELB... 10:40 AM
  • David: I’ve been lucky enough to get to the Met four times – once was for Luisa Miller. I enjoy... 10:33 AM
  • armerjacquino: Or, by the sound of your post, fairly unconcealed envy. 10:31 AM
  • bronzino: It’s not just the ‘crucial central role’ casting that is the problem with this... 10:31 AM
  • steveac10: And when they see how much the company 1s paying for that coverage…who a. Over $1200/month... 10:27 AM
  • 98rsd: I don’t think that’s what’s happening. I see union members who, even in the worst... 10:26 AM

T’would be a sacrilege to fling at another door

People named Jimmy or Placido don’t seem to know this, but when your brains or your bones send you the message, “Hang up the toe-shoes, Bobolink,” do it!  Next week the regular Met broadcast season begins; the fiction is that for 20 weeks we will all be listening to and chatting about the same opera.  (Yeah, sure!)  That makes this a good week to quit.   Read more »

Final curtain

Goodbye_Charlie
Join La Cieca tonight for a chat saluting the Met farewell (and 2,928th performance) of character tenor Charles Anthony. Read more »