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  • La Cieca: Other cost saving measures are not directly relevant to the current negotiations, which are... 11:53 PM
  • Satisfied: Rumored for awhile now….apparen tly she’ll perform Elsa first in Dresden with... 11:42 PM
  • Henry Holland: Here’s an example of why I think the house is too damn big. I went to a Parsifal at the... 11:40 PM
  • coloraturafan: Yes, I have the video, however uploading anything from Munich onto YouTube is a risk. They... 11:30 PM
  • kashania: Also Norma and I don’t mind at all. 11:09 PM
  • Krunoslav: “To elaborate further, it’s Hector Berlioz’s 1859 version, with material added to entice... 11:03 PM
  • CwbyLA: Oh my! I really liked the Rodelinda production. I thought it was very suitable for such a static... 10:57 PM
  • phoenix: So did I. And it doesn’t make any sense. 10:54 PM
  • Leontynes Weave: And once again, not a single syllable about what other cost saving measures are necessary... 10:46 PM
  • Krunoslav: Sorry, but if it’s not made with Salad Cream, it’s *not* Krunoslaw. 10:38 PM

A boozy short leave

After 23 years, the Queen of Carthage has finally made it to Manhattan. On Wednesday night, Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival hosted the Mark Morris Dance Group’s acclaimed 1989 production of Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas at the Rose Theater, and Morris who created the double role of Dido and the Sorceress for himself and danced it exclusively for over a decade was there–this time as conductor–with Stephanie Blythe singing the two roles from the pit as she had done last fall in Berkeley.   Read more »