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  • phillyoperalover: I think people need to have several of seats and calm down. It’s a rape scene, there are plenty of rape scenes in... 10:49 AM
  • Cicciabella: Feature about Pappano’s recording of Aida on BBC 3′s CD Review (starts at about 2 hrs): http://www.bbc.... 10:46 AM
  • Indiana Loiterer III: Oh goody! And maybe we can get Ann Coulter instead of Philip Gossett to do the pre-opera lecture! Think outside the... 9:36 AM
  • La Valkyrietta: Okay, I had a brilliant idea this morning. If the Royal Opera Guillaume Tell is done at in NYC in the future, and if they... 9:11 AM
  • Cicciabella: You’re welcome, armer! The heat is boiling my brain, and I forgot to mention the level-headed Brit by name: Mark... 7:37 AM
  • armerjacquino: But not all Brits agree *crying with relief* I’ve been waiting ten years for someone to say that on here. THANK you,... 6:55 AM
  • Cicciabella: Context for above posts: ENO’s Queen of Spades, avaiable on BBC iPlayer and elsewhere discussed by manou et al. 6:20 AM
  • Cicciabella: But not all Brits agree. After singling out Felicity Palmer’s Countess (powerful even via radio), he praises thr... 6:01 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 »