“Something happens on the opera stage when Aprile Millo and Marcello Giordani are on it together. It may not be perfect. It may even be a little awkward at times. But it’s real singing – at best, wonderful singing. And people want it.” That’s Anne Midgette in today’s New York Times, and she’s obviously as “starved” as the rest of us for operatic dementia. (There’s also a fun Beth Bergman photo of the “Something Happens” duo accompanying Midgette’s article.