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  • la vociaccia: It doesn’t say much about his respect for his American fans if you insist that he never... 10:56 AM
  • Milady DeWinter: “I feel confident in saying that what we hear of Caballé here is not from the Muti... 10:55 AM
  • Milady DeWinter: Agreed cara Marshie et Camille – not Urmana, it’s the Ghena (who I saw when she... 10:51 AM
  • Ilka Saro: I must dig more into Petkov. Very interested. On the Lady M of M, I saw it this season at the Met... 10:34 AM
  • Doctor Octavian: Ah, don’t forget Petkov is also the deliciously vile Boris in the landmark Lady... 10:23 AM
  • La Valkyrietta: I almost went to make the standing room line on Wednesday for the first time since... 9:35 AM
  • aulus agerius: And next week ACA is in San Antonio in a tiny 200 seat theater for 2 performances of La Voix... 9:34 AM
  • thirdlady: I agree that it is not quite as awful as the productions you cite; I also saw it the first time... 9:33 AM
  • droperalover: Feldmasrchallin, can you help point out such “obviousR 21; likely cancellations for... 9:24 AM
  • Krunoslav: I wouldn’t know, since I have no idea who you are,but that is the tone of your... 9:24 AM

One touch of venous

“Like the hero of Parsifal, who finds the Holy Grail after a lifetime of frustrated wandering, the Met’s audience was finally rewarded for its patience: On Friday, after seasons of mediocrity, the company delivered a magnificent new production of Wagner’s valedictory work.”  [New York Post]