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  • grimoaldo: “I’m sure there’s a story behind how we got Russell Thomas at the ninth hour as the painter Cavaradossi instead of the... 9:26 AM
  • Camille: Thanks, so much, for the starlit memories, PMack. The first Tosca I ever experienced was there, many years ago, and it was... 9:04 AM
  • aulus agerius: I wonder if this Tosca will be broadcast or otherwise available at some point? And I especially would like to hear the West... 8:45 AM
  • La Cieca: “Leopold! 221; httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=gt1V 61SPI_w 8:18 AM
  • redbear: Kill the wabbit! Kill The Wabbit! KILL THE WABBIT! Kill the RAB–BITT! 8:11 AM
  • WindyCityOperaman: httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=6jDc WAWRRHo 8:10 AM
  • PCally: Idk, I thought that the Scala Donna Anna was a surprisingly sub-par performance. I kept waiting for her to let the voice rip and... 8:06 AM
  • PCally: Kashania and Krunoslav-I didn’t realize there was a recording of Gorr as Kundry from Bayreuth. I’ll have to seek it... 7:54 AM

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At last, the quintessential targeted reader of parterre.com has been identified. Undoubtedly, he is “Marc,” the subject of Angela Christlieb‘s documentary Naked Opera, who “travels the world to see Mozart’s opera Don Giovanni in which he finds the perfect representation of a life without compromise: intense and profound, full of love and passion.” Read more »