Cher Public

  • Camille: We got hooked by this and are currently in the last part of Act III and yes, you sure do learn a lot, Buster, you are so right!... 10:07 PM
  • Camille: Only referring to either/or of these ladies as the prototypical soprano lirico fotogenico of each other’s respective time... 10:04 PM
  • Krunoslav: ‘ Vogt and Kaufmann were on opposite ends of the spectrum vocally.’ Really? Have you tried Lauritz Melchior, Paul... 9:48 PM
  • mercadante: Not really, Farrar could take an interval cleanly. 9:30 PM
  • kashania: I was referring to her second act hat but both are fabulous, really. 9:07 PM
  • Porgy Amor: No, that is Act One. For the Act Two processional, there is a hat that had never been alive (presumably) that is just as... 9:00 PM
  • rapt: Is this the chapeau in question? http://www.mvdaily .com/articles/2007 /03/lohengrin1.jpg 8:25 PM
  • Camille: She’s the elder Renée Fleming 8:08 PM

In the details

The saga of the Royal Opera’s production of Robert le Diable, infinitely more melodramatic than the plot of the opera proper, continues: “After much deliberation and consultation following the final rehearsals of Meyerbeer’s Robert le diable, it has been agreed between The Royal Opera and soprano Jennifer Rowley that the role of Isabelle would not be the right part for her debut at Covent Garden.” [Royal Opera]