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  • Poison Ivy: Thanks! I am thinking of getting the Otello DVD with much the same cast, except (I believe)... 7:45 PM
  • oedipe: I wrote a few lines about the Otello a couple of days ago, in a post addressed to Buster:... 7:29 PM
  • jrance: Don’t look to the Met’s board of directors to do anything about Herr Gelb in the current... 7:24 PM
  • steveac10: I’ve been in unions for years – and sat on the negotiating teams for multiple contract... 7:23 PM
  • Poison Ivy: O! How great to see you posting again!!! It was really emotionally overwhelming in the house.... 7:16 PM
  • Poison Ivy: oedipe I realize this might come as a shock to you that I’m interested in what happens in... 7:13 PM
  • steveac10: One solution might be rather than booking Kaufmann or Netrebko for a specific role 5 years out and... 7:12 PM
  • orestes: Ivy, great review! I listened on Sirius last night and can say that Opolais was “compelli... 7:11 PM
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La Scoopenda tries on Vera Galupe-Borszkh‘s mantle of grandezza for an interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer (“I don’t even know where Indiana, Pa., is – but I’m going there soon, for a concert”), describing herself as being from the old school, “especially compared to the young turks running around on the operatic stages in Europe these days, sometimes wearing nothing but their underwear. Opera over there has become quite a youthful pursuit and competitive sport.”