Headshot of La Cieca

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  • zinka: httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=OHCu PMovdFQ In 1972,we were on the way to Leyla’s Attila in... 2:13 PM
  • marshiemarkII: Oh I don’t know, we all hear different things differently. Plus the most significant of... 2:10 PM
  • armerjacquino: How incredibly, unnecessarily rude. I made it clear from the start I was referring to the... 2:09 PM
  • kashania: I learn something new every day. Thanks, Marshie! LOL 2:04 PM
  • marshiemarkII: And yessssss of course Goddess Garanca would be THE DREAM Bouillon today, just as fabulous as... 2:02 PM
  • Lohengrin: marshiemarkII: Can You tell me what went on with my ears when I was at the Met for Werther…... 2:01 PM
  • marshiemarkII: Well caro Kashie “ferociousne ss” was exactly right! although “ferocity... 2:00 PM
  • Lohengrin: Better you be silent having NOT been there. 1:57 PM
  • kashania: I guess “ferocity 221; is the word I’m looking for! 1:55 PM
  • kashania: I like Garanca a lot but I’m not sure if she’s there yet in terms of ferociousness.... 1:53 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.