Headshot of La Cieca

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  • La Cieca: httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=ByDb M9MY9ys 3:48 PM
  • alejandro: Come on, you know the only Golde is Renee! 3:37 PM
  • MontyNostry: I know you were just having fun, kashie, you are always a gent. 3:07 PM
  • kashania: Monty: I was just having fun. I’ve heard good things about Deshorties. I heard her just the... 2:59 PM
  • MontyNostry: That’s wicked, Kashie. Can I put in a good word for Deshorties – she was genuinely... 2:49 PM
  • MontyNostry: I saw her do Pierrot Lunaire at Wigmore Hall some years ago and she seemed to capture it pretty... 2:47 PM
  • MontyNostry: Exciting news from London: Javier Camarena replaces Stephen Costello in recital. http://www.wi... 2:35 PM
  • DonCarloFanatic: The Bayreuth Festspiele just sent me a letter regarding tickets next year. Unfortunately,... 2:35 PM
  • kashania: I just listened to the “O patria mia”, anti, and the high C doesn’t sound... 2:04 PM
  • kashania: Thank you, Milady. I do hate misidentifying high notes! 1:56 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]