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  • marshiemarkII: Yes Magee debut, and she was pretty awful, a distant sound that sounded from under water (no... 7:47 PM
  • mjmacmtenor: I believe that NYCO presented the Weill in English (The Silver Lake?) back in the late 70s... 7:29 PM
  • Camille: Yes she did, and that was her Met debut, if I am not seriously misremembering. 7:25 PM
  • mjmacmtenor: And didn’t she play the foreign princess to Renee’s Rusalka? 7:22 PM
  • PCally: Agreed 7:21 PM
  • manou: Mi flatis (mi pensas …) 7:16 PM
  • Bill: PCally – generally it is thought die Faerberin would be the better of the two roles for Stemme if... 7:09 PM
  • Camille: Not enough high D and C#, either. Although they mostly duck the D. 7:06 PM
  • PCally: I can’t imagine Stemme singing the Kaiserin at this point, not enough flexibility and lyricism... 7:03 PM
  • Camille: “Fahrvergnüg en” Remember when that word hit the US TV screens? Panic and terror broke... 7:02 PM

Sous le ciel tout étoilé

“FINAL RSVP REQUEST: La Boheme from The Royal Opera – This Sunday, Jan. 27. Starring Dmytro Popov, Maija Kovalevska, Stefania Dovhan, Audun Iversen.”

Done that!

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Sting is hoping to attract new fans to opera with his latest release, a film in which he and wife Trudie Styler tell the story of composer Robert Schumann. [BBC News]
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