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  • SF Guy: “She plays Medea later this week.” 5:07 AM
  • Feldmarschallin: Here another one bites the dust in Wien: http://kurier.at/k ultur/musik/ber... 5:01 AM
  • m. croche: Made more puzzling by the fact that there are several thing that happen onstage which are... 4:56 AM
  • SF Guy: If the lady was discussing the production, it was indeed a good five bars worth of peculiar–... 4:49 AM
  • m. croche: Radvanovsky hit the ball out of bounds a couple times during the opera and had to take the extra... 4:29 AM
  • redbear: Speaking of “singing in the rain,” the film’s producer, Arthur Freed, wanted to repeat his success... 4:19 AM
  • SF Guy: I was there Wednesday as well–Radvano vsky had the same occasional problems on pianissimo... 4:05 AM
  • m. croche: Off topic, but this is hot off the wires. A special U.S. performance by the Wen He Traditional... 4:03 AM
  • derschatzgabber: I attended opening night. Berti was better than expected, but still less than good. I went... 3:11 AM
  • Feldmarschallin: I watched it last night on TV and it was very interesting. You can tell how intelligent she... 3:10 AM

Take your Adderall, Wozzeck

“I think a lot of his hallucinations can be compared to ultra-sensitivities and hallucinations of extremely gifted people,” Mr. Hampson said. [New York Times]

… and now the worse news

A couple of tweets from Thomas Hampson detailing some grisly-sounding future projects, following the jump.  Read more »

Abs of a Soldier

La Cieca has obtained this photo of Thomas Hampson headlining Camouflage Night at Powerhouse, uh, rehearsing for Heart of a Soldier at the San Francisco Opera. You can tell the scene is Northern Rhodesia in 1962, because that is where the British military first started offering complimentary personal training packages to their troops. Read more »