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  • PetertheModest: I see Don Giovanni as a seducer who has lost his touch and who is reduced to suffering from... 7:07 PM
  • Henry Holland: Yes, I’m planning to go to that. It does have a good cast, but I’ve not seen... 5:48 PM
  • olliedawg: Ha. Echoes of the Met Board member who wanted to know when Gelb would put back the good old Tosca... 5:48 PM
  • olliedawg: phoenix: I found Stratas so unnerving in Angelica, I had to walk out outside the theatre and... 5:45 PM
  • olliedawg: Days of Heaven is, PA, one of the most beautiful films ever made. A deep bow of gratitude to... 5:42 PM
  • olliedawg: La Cieca hits it on the head: Productions reflect the zeitgeist, but times and tastes change (not... 5:32 PM
  • Bluebeard: Regarding Don Carlo Wednesday. I wasn’t sure if there was a discussion of the opera, so i... 4:31 PM
  • stevey: Bill- I’ve always thought that the idea of Jezibaba and the Foreign Princess being the same... 3:36 PM
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  • armerjacquino: with no unnecessary directoral interventions O, reason not the need! Seriously, who gets to... 2:22 PM

Ildar pursuit

Our good friends (and advertisers) at Maestro Artist Management have been wondering just how much you, the cher public, know about Ildar Abdrazakov. To test your  knowledge, they are offering a coveted prize to two lucky parterrrians who can answer the trivia questions that follow the jump. Read more »

We’ll be right back after this

La Cieca, appearing live on tape, extends her thanks to parterre’s advertisers for the month of July: Bard SummerScape 2013, the Martina Arroyo Foundation Prelude to Performance, Sonostream, and the American Bach Soloists.

Yet here’s a chat

For your viewing and discussing pleasure tomorrow afternoon, cher public, La Cieca recommends a live webcast of Verdi’s Macbeth from the Bayerische Staatsoper. Read more »

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Maggio musicale

On this lovely first day of May, La Cieca encourages the cher public (pictured) to offer a word of thanks to this month’s sponsors of parterre.com.

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Mad mentions

La Cieca would like to take this opportunity to salute our sponsors for the month of April: Carnegie Hall and the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

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March adness

As the balmy breezes of March caress the budding trees, so let your ardent clicks, cher public, express your affection for our advertisers.

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A word from our sponsor

And now a word…

La Cieca is delighted to introduce to you, the cher public, our sponsors for the month of February.

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