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  • Clita del Toro: Feld, she is singing now. I know what you mean. Lol squally! 1:08 PM
  • Feldmarschallin: Merbeth as Senta? No thanks. 1:03 PM
  • Feldmarschallin: Yesterday outside the BSO there were many, many people looking for tickets for the first... 1:02 PM
  • kashania: Overall interest in classical music and opera (and others arts) may not have waned (I don’t... 12:58 PM
  • ducadiposa: Hey Bill. I think I replied to one of your earlier posts about Budapest. I saw the same Ariadne... 12:49 PM
  • peter: Rest in peace Carlo: httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=bGF4 BkqNtzo 12:47 PM
  • armerjacquino: I don’t buy the ‘classical music isn’t popular’ argument. The... 12:42 PM
  • reedroom: “The arts organisations that have gone bankrupt haven’t gone under because of horrible... 12:39 PM
  • Ewige Nacht: The Met’s business model is highly dependent upon its institutional memory and hence on... 12:35 PM
  • kashania: And tours!! Don’t forget hugely expensive, non-revenue-genera ting tours. The solution to a... 12:27 PM

Breaking dawn

When Giuseppe Filianoti isn’t busy being one of the world’s more versatile tenors (as he will be next season at the Met, headlining La rondine and La clemenza di Tito), he plays detective. The latest target of his crafty Calabrian grey cells is the score to Francesco Cilèa’s L’Arlesiana, which he will perform in concert next week at Theater Freiburg, and in typically tenorial fashion, his discovery involves a “lost” aria for his character of Federico. Read more »