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  • Krunoslav: What, Cieca– you don’t *remember* those New Orleans performances ??? :} Wikipedia at... 11:59 AM
  • semira mide: Trying again httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=Tuom 2EnilUg 11:51 AM
  • semira mide: Oops, wrong video. I’ll try again. 11:49 AM
  • semira mide: I didn’t see mention of the March 28th birthday of Daniela Barcellona ( born 1969) She... 11:48 AM
  • spiderman: I’ve been there yesterday. Stemme was very very good, but not as demented as Herlitzius.... 11:41 AM
  • Cicciabella: Lohengrin, I followed your advice, just to see what happens. This is what Google Translate came... 11:27 AM
  • PCally: Glad to read that Magee had a good night. Not a singer that I pay that much attention to in general... 11:23 AM
  • Cicciabella: Which one? Barenboim? 11:23 AM
  • RosinaLeckermaul: I saw the FANCIULLA Saturday night. After a rocky start Carlo Rizzi held things together... 10:16 AM
  • WindyCityOperaman: There was a proposed musical by Maury Yeston, also supposed to star Placi. A concept... 10:09 AM

Practical magic

Notable purveyor of mayhem and infanticide Medea has lately been missing from the local operatic scene, but Sunday afternoon sections of the recently renovated Alice Tully Hall were singed by Canadian soprano Dominique Labelle’s blazing incarnation of the Greek sorceress during a concert performance of Handel’s neglected early opera Teseo by the Philharmonia Baroque given during its second visit this summer to the Mostly Mozart Festival.  Read more »

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 »