A controversial new Lucia at the Met fascinated the cher public last month.
The conundrum “Whose side is Anna Netrebko on?” fascinated the readers of parterre box in March.
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The Met’s new season, including Medea with Sondra Radvanovsky, set parterrian tongues wagging during the month of February 2022.
Signs of new life at the Met caught the attention of parterrians in January.
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The Met’s antiquated production of La bohéme proved as popular with our readers as it did with audiences last month!
The Met’s premiere of Terence Blanchard‘s Fire Shut Up in My Bones dominated the top ten list of most popular articles on parterre box in September.
The news of the death of beloved soprano Gianna Rolandi and her adoring obituary by Enzo Bordello attracted the most parterre box readers for the month of June 2021.
In May, everyone wanted to hear those Wagnerians, shown here singing Strauss.
Viewers flocked to parterre box last month to read the sad news of the passing of legendary mezzo-soprano Christa Ludwig.
February was a month for diva admiration on parterre box.
That Beczala/Radvanovsky online recital, viewed and reviewed, really caught the eye of the cher public in the month of January.
The big news of 2020 was, obviously, that everyone (or almost everyone) stayed home.
It’s a Christmas miracle: leading our Top Ten listing for November is Jonas Kaufmann singing Mariah Carey!
Webcasts helped keep both opera and parterre box alive in October 2020.