Cher Public

  • Camille: We got hooked by this and are currently in the last part of Act III and yes, you sure do learn a lot, Buster, you are so right!... 10:07 PM
  • Camille: Only referring to either/or of these ladies as the prototypical soprano lirico fotogenico of each other’s respective time... 10:04 PM
  • Krunoslav: ‘ Vogt and Kaufmann were on opposite ends of the spectrum vocally.’ Really? Have you tried Lauritz Melchior, Paul... 9:48 PM
  • mercadante: Not really, Farrar could take an interval cleanly. 9:30 PM
  • kashania: I was referring to her second act hat but both are fabulous, really. 9:07 PM
  • Porgy Amor: No, that is Act One. For the Act Two processional, there is a hat that had never been alive (presumably) that is just as... 9:00 PM
  • rapt: Is this the chapeau in question? http://www.mvdaily .com/articles/2007 /03/lohengrin1.jpg 8:25 PM
  • Camille: She’s the elder Renée Fleming 8:08 PM

Follow me and climb the stairs

La Cieca was hoping for an official announcement from the New York Times before she posted this, but it looks like she’s going to have to grit her teeth and link to Norman Lebrecht after all. As you probably have heard, veteran critic Allan Kozinn is about to go though one of those NYT lateral moves, away from criticism and toward culture reporting, and the blogosphere is in a state of high dither. [Slipped Disc]