Cher Public

  • Camille: www.themorgan.org Look for Alice underground. 8:40 PM
  • Camille: Speaking of Alice: at The Morgan Library www,themorgan.org there currently an exhibition devoted to the 150th year commemoration... 8:39 PM
  • Orlando Furioso: Thanks so much, Henry Holland! I do love Alice, and her treatment in music fascinates me. Richard Addinsell (of... 7:30 PM
  • kashania: I’m glad Bayreuth considers Wilson worthy of covering. Maybe they’ll cast her in something in a few years! WTF?... 7:23 PM
  • vilbastarda: Perfect! 7:22 PM
  • laddie: Review for Santa Fe’s La Fille du Regiment. Pretty much sums up how I felt about it. I found myself wishing it were... 6:54 PM
  • manou: httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=g8hu XkSaL7o 6:50 PM
  • manou: Covering her tracks. 6:48 PM

Our retrospection will now be all to the future


La Cieca predicts you will be seeing more of the same old puritans at the Met next season, and she’s not just talking about the ones who slouch around during intermission hissing, “You call that a trill?” But uou will also see six new productions (including a Met premiere of a 21st century work) and the local debut of one of opera’s most controversial stage directors. Read more »

deh vieni alla finestra

Liza’s main man Paulo Szot has some interesting and rather bold (if La Cieca may say so) opinions about the character of Leporello in today’s New York Times: “Don Giovanni needs him for everything: butt sex, to give him food, to give him drink, to share his feelings with.” (The article, fetchingly entitled “The Great Mozart Switcheroo,” poses the probing question, “So which, in the end, is the better part?”)

szot out

According to the blog AfterElton.com, Tony Award-winning barihunk Paulo Szot “is an out gay man.” Writer Brian Juergens says the blog “contacted his publicist and were told that yes, he is gay, and we’re welcome to say as much.”