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Opera in the Produce Aisle

Who says opera only belongs in a concert hall? Singers from the Washington National Opera Young Artists Program recently burst into song at a Whole Foods in Baltimore to promote the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Masquerading as Whole Foods employees, the … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes of NYC Opera’s Partenope

Although Partenope (pronounced par-ten-oh-pea) was written by Handel almost three hundred years ago, it remains very relevant to modern audiences, especially in New York City Opera’s production. Partenope is the Queen of Naples, wooed by three very different suitors. Complex … Continue reading

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L’Etoile at New York City Opera

“Some sort of mad release.” “Almost sliding into tastelessness without really doing it.” “It’s like drinking champagne without drinking the champagne.” All these are describing… an opera? Yup. Emmanuel Chabrier’s opera L’Etoile is coming to New York City Opera. A … Continue reading

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Why I Love To Love The TIC

I’m in love. With who you might ask…why with the TIC of course! I discovered this heartthrob of a box office one afternoon on my way to Cafe 212 for a coffee back in January of 2008, and it was … Continue reading

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Opera Al Fresco

I spent Saturday evening under the stars, watching the Metropolitan Opera‘s beautifully funny staging of La Fille Du Regiment with the hilarious Natalie Dessay and Juan Diego Florez. Best part? It was totally free. This Saturday was the kickoff for … Continue reading

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