Cher Public

  • luvtennis1: Too bad you didn’t care for the piece! It is kitschy. GGM can be pretty kitschy too when you think about it. I... 5:57 PM
  • Krunoslav: “As far as the comment that Cerha’s editiion wasn’t ready for the Met’s 1979 production, that’s incorrect. Here’s the... 5:12 PM
  • PCally: Camille, I’ve heard this recording before and Silja, with maybe a couple of exceptions takes all the lower option, though... 4:52 PM
  • Krunoslav: Silja was terrific as the Kostelnicka, but I envy your having heard Jurinac. “Not since Sylvia Fisher…̶ 1; 4:47 PM
  • armerjacquino: Don’t. It just got even better! 4:45 PM
  • chicagoing: “I do, however, look forward to future performances at Florida Grand Opera and the Glimmerglass Festival… 221; 4:27 PM
  • Operngasse: Sigh – Really can’t rely on the memory anymore. The Jenufa was fall 1980 at San Francisco, but the Kostelnicka... 4:14 PM
  • armerjacquino: She had them in 66- my parents saw her as Konstanze. 4:09 PM

On a clear day you can “C” forever

Of course,  we all know a Marilyn Horne anecdote without a four-letter word is about as plausible as a martini without gin, but the tale that kicks off her Q&A with Zachary Woolfe is particularly bracing. You’ll be both shaken and stirred by this interview in the current Capital New York.