Cher Public

Vous ne pouvez pas rester ici toute seule

Slight change of plans, cher publc: this afternoon’s chat I think should center around a new Pelléas et Mélisande from the Vienna State Opera featuring Simon Keenlyside as Golaud. The broadcast starts at 1:00 PM.

Broadcast: Aïda

Set aside Saturday afternoon, cher public, for listening and discussion of the new Salzburg Festival Aïda, featuring Anna Netrebko in her role debut as the titular princess in captivity.  Read more »

Broadcast(s): Getting medieval

As if to usher in next week’s daily broadcasts from Bayreuth, this afternoon offers a choice between two Wagner operas: Lohengrin from the Vienna State Opera and Tannhäuser from Lyric Opera of Chicago. Both begin at 1:00 PM. [via Operabase]

Broadcast: Norma

Summertime, and the canto is bel from Lyric Opera of Chicago, starting at 1:00 PM EDT.

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Broadcast: The Magic Flute

he listening and the commenting on this Lyric Opera of Chicago broadcast begin at 1:00 pm today.

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Broadcast: Don Quichotte

This afternoon’s discussion centers around Lyric Opera of Chicago’s Don Quichotte, broadcast at 1:00 PM.

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Broadcast: Les Troyens

La Cieca (not pictured) assumes the cher public will be here for the duration of Les Troyens from Lyric Opera of Chicago starting this afternoon at 1:00 PM. (Photo: Todd Rosenberg)

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Broadcast: Lucia di Lammermoor

For your listening and discussing pleasure this afternoon, cher public, we offer Lucia di Lammermoor from Lyric Opera of Chicago.

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Broadcast: Der Rosenkavalier

Here’s where you can discuss La Fleming‘s penultimate Marschallin, as these nice young people seem to be doing.

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The music, ho!

Here’s where the parterriani will surely gather to hear and to comment upon this evening’s monster gala celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Met’s incumbency at Lincoln Center.

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