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Metropolitan Opera Preview: Samson Et Dalila

The Met opens its 2018 season with Saint-Saëns' Old Testament thumper. by Paul J. Pelkonen Mr. DeMille, they're ready for their closeup: Roberto Alagna (left) andElina Garança wig... Read more

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