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Cher Public

  • Buster: Thanks for the recommendation, Evenhanded. Will definitely listen to it:. http://www.voix... 12:45 AM
  • Krunoslav: “Valente was better than Cotrubas?” As Ilia, much. For one thing, she had a purer... 12:26 AM
  • alejandro: http://www.nytimes .com/2015/01/30/ny region/as-diva-is- cheered-protester- climbs-onto-sta... 12:21 AM
  • uwsinnyc: I was there too and enjoyed the evening. I thought the Iolanta production was inoffensive but the... 12:20 AM
  • alejandro: ^thank you. I think my confusion is more over the production. I think it was directed in heavy... 12:18 AM
  • Batty Masetto: Alejandro, if you want a better sense of Bluebeard you couldn’t do much better than the... 12:14 AM
  • alejandro: A friend told me they were protesting Ukraine and not the gay rights thing. My bad. 12:02 AM
  • alejandro: I was there. IOLANTA was marvelous. I am not a Beczala fan but this was amazing singing tonight.... 11:50 PM
  • Constantine A. Papas: JML, Thanks for correcting my misspelling. 11:45 PM
  • bluecabochon: I wouldn’t wait too long. Symphony Space only has seats upstairs, in the front rows,... 11:02 PM

The singing dead

“Somehow with opera, just as with theatre, it turns out that the monster’s head still hasn’t been cut off. Or else, like any monster worthy of the name, it keeps finding ways to rise from the grave.” Occasional friend of the box Joseph Cermatori offers an obituary of sorts for opera in New York in 2011-2012 in PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art.