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  • Baritone Brings Down House

    Baritone Brings Down House

    Giovanni Jones signs for an admiring young opera lover. Image from Long-Haired Hare © 1948 Warner Brothers. The concert debut of acclaimed baritone Giovanni... Read more

    The 31 August 2011 by   Superconductor
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  • The Short List: September 2011

    Short List: September 2011

    Ed. Note: A new monthly feature, breaking down recommended performances in the course of the month. By "recommended", meaning I'm probably reviewing them. Hope... Read more

    The 28 August 2011 by   Superconductor
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  • Blog You Like a Hurricane

    Blog Like Hurricane

    First: a Hurricane Irene update. Although I'm not really sure why you should be getting your hurricane news from a classical music site, I can tell you that... Read more

    The 26 August 2011 by   Superconductor
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  • Review: El Stories: Brown Line (Waltzing Mechanics)

    Review: Stories: Brown Line (Waltzing Mechanics)

    El Stories: Brown Line Adapted and Directed by Thomas Murray Greenhouse Theater Ctr, 2257 N. Lincoln (map) thru August 13 | tickets: $13 | more info Check for... Read more

    The 06 August 2011 by   Chicagotheaterbeat
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  • Concert Review: Between Sacred Songs, a Secular Symphony

    Concert Review: Between Sacred Songs, Secular Symphony

    Ivan Fischer puts the Jupiter Symphony in context. Ivan Fischer demonstrates a new baton technique. Photo courtesy the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment... Read more

    The 12 August 2011 by   Superconductor
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  • Reading List: Butterfly's Child

    Reading List: Butterfly's Child

    The opera is Cio-Cio-San's. I for one don't care what happens to [insert choice epithet] Pinkerton. But there remains the boy: "Tu, tu, piccolo iddio! Read more

    The 02 August 2011 by   Singingscholar
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  • Mozart, Beyond: "Jupiter" and Vesperae Solennes De Confessore

    Mozart, Beyond: "Jupiter" Vesperae Solennes Confessore

    Iván Fischer, in a recent interview, offered the following paradoxical definition of Mozart's work: that it lies beyond categorization. This might seem closer t... Read more

    The 10 August 2011 by   Singingscholar
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  • Fillet of Solo Festival – Lifeline Theatre

    Fillet Solo Festival Lifeline Theatre

    Fillet of Solo thru Aug 7 | tickets: $10 | more info Read entire review Fillet of Solo inspires, entertains Lifeline Theatre presents Fillet of Solo Festival... Read more

    The 05 August 2011 by   Chicagotheaterbeat
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  • Tomato Pasting

    Tomato Pasting

    Current Thoughts on New York City Opera So I'm at Lincoln Center tonight. We were attending the mostly Beethoven concert at Mostly Mozart--review to follow. Read more

    The 13 August 2011 by   Superconductor
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  • Getting to Glimmerglass: Notes and Photos

    Getting Glimmerglass: Notes Photos

    The first thing I noticed about the Glimmerglass Festival, I noticed sometime before getting there: it's in the middle of nowhere. Read more

    The 19 August 2011 by   Singingscholar
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