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La Cieca’s not so patient either

Your doyenne didn’t even make it through the first paragraph of this opera-related article:

“I’m not a patient person,” Anna Chatterton confesses over a quinoa brownie at a Toronto coffee shop…

A female version of Don Giovanni by a veganess composer? It just doesn’t sound, well, promising, now does it?

Rosen brach ich Nachts mir…

…am dunklen Hage. Oh, and by the way, it’s always a delight to hear news about dear Lucine Amara!

Staying in touch with La Cieca

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Your doyenne has added a contact page so you may email her with all your tastiest soupcons!

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Feast on the feed!

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An attempt at WordPress

Please bear with La Cieca, cher public as she is experimenting with WordPress. Don’t worry, the old parterre.com won’t disappear! To read previous postings, please click here.

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The people have spoken!

Here are the results of La Cieca’s informal and utterly unscientific poll of her readers, asking “Who should replace Lorraine Hunt Lieberson in the Met’s production of Orfeo?” As you can see, a large plurality favored Ewa Podles, with David Daniels and Susan Graham also receiving numerous votes.

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