Headshot of La Cieca

Cher Public

  • meowiaclawas: armerjacquino, yes, yes, I was thinking the same! 6:53 PM
  • Cicciabella: I’m sure Piotr Beczala would have been infinitely delighted with such a feature. 6:52 PM
  • oedipe: Coote sang La favorite a couple of years ago in a staged version at the Théâtre des Champs Elysées.... 6:47 PM
  • armerjacquino: Ten WHOLE dollars? ;-) 6:32 PM
  • MontyNostry: Maybe he just didn’t have enough voice for the role. 6:31 PM
  • MontyNostry: The singers of Covent Garden’s young artists’ programme performed Act 1 of La... 6:29 PM
  • Uncle Kvetch: I really don’t think that level of snark was warranted. So sorry to have wasted your time. 6:27 PM
  • warmke: Exactly correct. I sat opposite Gordon 20 years ago, found him incompetent in representing his... 6:18 PM
  • La Cieca: The HD screenings are a wonderful thing in their own right, but they’re proven to be neither a cash... 6:18 PM
  • Cicciabella: You show them, AJ. Forza contains some of the most magnificent music Verdi ever wrote. Granted,... 6:09 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 »