Cher Public

  • Camille: Oh wonderful, so happy to hear it, but I won’t spoil it by opening the present before Christmas on 11th July. Yes, about... 12:33 PM
  • kashania: Thanks. I forgot about that. 12:26 PM
  • SF Guy: That had more to do with blind luck than planning, but we’ll take it. http://sfopera.com /getattachment/Abo ut/Press-Room... 12:20 PM
  • turings: I heard Margaine in Faust and she was gorgeous – very dark, rich sound and French that would have sent oedipe into raptures. I... 12:13 PM
  • phoenix: My sentiments exactly, Camille. I heard Margaine for the 1st time last summer in a broadcast from Latvia. - Aulus, if the heat... 11:54 AM
  • messa di voce: Agree about Aldrich, but I think Lindsey is a lovely singer, with a distinctive reedy tone. Her Sesto is Paris was... 11:37 AM
  • Camille: Come to Caramoor on the 11th – a week from Saturday – it bodes well with Clementine Margaine as Léonor, probably a... 11:37 AM
  • aulus agerius: Lindsey is singing La Favorite with Washington Concert Opera next spring. I’m undecided. 11:28 AM

Fire and music

“In her first role in a play, Ms. Fleming will make her debut at the [Williamstown Theater Festival] in Living on Love, a new comedy from the Tony-winning writer Joe DiPietro (Memphis), adapted from the Garson Kanin play Peccadillo. Ms. Fleming will play an opera diva at odds with her husband over the people they’ve hired to ghostwrite their autobiographies. The show, directed by Kathleen Marshall, is to run July 16 through 26.” [New York Times]