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  • Avantialouie: Is this setting “geographica lly accurate”? I mean, is this REALLY the exact view... 7:04 PM
  • manou: It seems this opera is indeed called Lips by Peter Kreuder: http://peter-kreud er.de/en/hp/abo... 6:43 PM
  • dr.malatempra: Jagde replaced Andrew Richards in Tosca here in Santa Fe two years ago. Ironically, Hampson... 6:36 PM
  • basso profundo: I’ve heard Jagde a few times and have been impressed each time. He might not have a... 6:30 PM
  • littoraldrift: Can anyone identify what the “awful awful terrible” opera Nilsson is saying she... 6:08 PM
  • Quanto Painy Fakor: I remember being one of the youngest people in the audience here. httpv://www.you... 5:50 PM
  • Quanto Painy Fakor: Quanto loves Brian Jagde 5:47 PM
  • basso profundo: I’ve been to both opera houses and spent a few months in Cluj. I don’t know what... 5:28 PM
  • EarlyRomantic: Warmest birthday greetings to the unequaled Cheryl Studer. httpv://youtu.be/a bCwD32hWpI 4:54 PM
  • Dabrowski: Dershowitz, in his characteristically self-congratulator y review, describes himself as an opera... 4:31 PM

The revolution will be televised

Ah, finally a light begins to break: “60 Minutes is filming a long-planned segment on the Met, with the new production of Rigoletto providing a through line…. When [Michael] Mayer sprints down the aisles onto the stage to tweak a bit of business, he is trailed not just by a couple of staff directors with notebooks but often by a cameraman or two. A Japanese film crew has also been tailing him for its own documentary.” [New York Times]