Cher Public

  • Camille: Indeed it was. I, and many others who were there, will gladly attest to the fact. It was also most heartwarming to see her gven... 3:59 PM
  • armerjacquino: Long may Galliano be ‘without a great house’. Nasty little fascist that he is. 3:55 PM
  • bronzino: In the summer of 86 during a break in the rehearsal of Santa Fe Opera’s production of Agyptische Helene, we had the good... 3:51 PM
  • Camille: Oh thanks! Someone must have paid off Sir Walter as The Lady has once again come to our shores. I do so want to hear the ne of... 3:47 PM
  • steveac10: “I do hope Ms. Pratt makes a real splash. What an asset to the Met she would be. Damrau is moving beyond it all, and... 3:34 PM
  • Feldmarschallin: You want haute couture. Althought the great maison du haute couture have now closed. Valentino and St. Laurent are dead... 3:33 PM
  • Marcello: This was part of a series of 3 Rossini Serie, the other ones being Semiramide (where Caballé canceled) and Tancredi (?) which I... 3:32 PM
  • Rosemont: I saw Shrader this summer in Santa Fe La Fille du Regiment and agree with all of the above about him. Charming, nice looking,... 3:19 PM

Ugh! Neve!

La Cieca celebrates (if that is the word) the first snowfall of the season in New York in the traditional manner: with a video clip from La fanciulla del West. Read more »


cowboy_snowmanWhat better omen for the an opening night of La fanciulla del West than the first snow of the season here in New York City? Read more »