Cher Public

  • PCally: I don’t know if this has been posted elsewhere already but has anyone seen this? Apparently Jennifer Wilson isn’t too... 7:06 PM
  • Greg.Freed: Ach, that was intended for Krunoslav. 7:03 PM
  • Greg.Freed: And yet I feel certain you knew who I meant, umnica Krumnica 7:02 PM
  • Gualtier M: The Boheme and Fledermaus have been added to the Rigoletto and Tosca as discounted tickets on Goldstar. Frittoli and Vargas... 6:51 PM
  • grimoaldo: ” the opera turned out to be, as it does every time I’m afraid, about the purity of the motherland. The same chill set in... 6:13 PM
  • kashania: I heard Rutherford’s Orest with the Boston Symphony on a broadcast. I liked the basic tone which I found attractive and... 5:21 PM
  • laddie: Don’t know if this has been posted previously, from 11/23, an extensive interview in English with Dima who mentions how he... 5:18 PM
  • PCally: Armer, can you say what you don’t find appealing about Gens as the Countess? Most reviews of the recording point to her as... 4:42 PM

Frank O’Hara, thou shouldst be living at this hour!

peters_thumbI was trotting along and suddenly it started raining and snowing and you said it was hailing but hailing hits you on the head hard so it was really snowing and raining and I was in such a hurry to meet you but the traffic was acting exactly like the sky and suddenly I see a headline BERNADETTE PETERS KEEPING HER ‘FOLLIES’ OPTIONS OPEN! [NYT]

The view from Kareol

kleiber_thumbPoet of the podium Carlos Kleiber leads the final minutes of Tristan und Isolde from the mystic abyss of Bayreuth, circa 1975. Read more »