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  • jackoh: Peter Gelb has taken a significant step in making the Met opera experience accessible to the decidedly nonwealthy. And it... 12:42 PM
  • armerjacquino: Michael Moore and opera: http://notsowunder bar.blogspot.co.uk /2010/02/first-thi ng-we-do-is-kill-a ll-tenors.html?m=1 12:16 PM
  • Camille: Well, Jungferissima— I have been commanded to remain die Schweigsame Frau until Monsieur Camille has a chance to see The Dritter... 11:58 AM
  • fletcher: I like to Solti w/ Varady, Domingo, Behrens, and van Dam, but I feel like many people prefer the live Karajan set with Nilsson... 11:42 AM
  • redbear: Second point of Moore… the extensive leave and other privileges given to workers in other countries could help that poem... 11:23 AM
  • redbear: Long interview with Michael Moore about his latest film but I post it for two reasons, nothing of which have to do with the... 11:14 AM
  • manou: In fatti – even… 10:03 AM
  • Krunoslav: In fatto: come la Principessa Pignatelli. 9:58 AM

You’ll sometimes walk alone

Carousel – New Production/Lyric Opera Premiere. Denyce Graves; remaining cast TBA. Rob Fisher/conductor, Rob Ashford/director; remaining creative team TBA.” [Lyric Opera of Chicago Press Release]

Our retrospection will now be all to the future


La Cieca predicts you will be seeing more of the same old puritans at the Met next season, and she’s not just talking about the ones who slouch around during intermission hissing, “You call that a trill?” But uou will also see six new productions (including a Met premiere of a 21st century work) and the local debut of one of opera’s most controversial stage directors. Read more »

Sworded lives

wer_ist_siegfriedLa Cieca hears that the continuation of the Ring cycle at the Met next season will go on without the participation of Ben Heppner.  We’ll have more details next week when the Met makes their season announcement, but La Cieca’s impression is that the two Siegfrieds are at the moment some combination of Gary Lehman and TBA.