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Netrebko Chickens Out of ROH Nabucco, but Not All Is Lost

January 17, 2022 | Clive Paget, Musical America
LONDON--The HD cameras were ready to roll, Daniele Abbado’s 2013 production had been spruced up, but alas, the diva had cancelled. Anna Netrebko, scheduled to make her role debut as Abigaille in Verdi’s Nabucco , pulled out from this … »Read
 

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Igor Levit at Carnegie Hall: Two Critics' Views

January 17, 2022 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
On Jan. 13, pianist Igor Levit made himself at home in Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium. His recital, which included works by Beethoven, Fred Hersh, Wagner, and Liszt, was, wrote Zachary Woolfe in the New York Times , “judiciously … »Read
 

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A Ticket to a DSO Concert Buys a Free Covid Test

January 17, 2022 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
Those attending a Dallas Symphony Orchestra concert at the Meyerson Symphony Center can now take a pre-performance rapid antigen Covid-19 test onsite at no cost. “Our intention is to have the safest environment we can and to have people … »Read
 

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New Leadership at Three Regional Opera Cos.

January 17, 2022 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Des Moines Metro Opera (DMMO) has named Allen Perriello, recent head of music at Minnesota Opera, as director of artistic administration, a new position succeeding the previous one of artistic administrator, held by Samuel Carroll, in the job … »Read
 

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Orlando Launches Its Brand New Concert Hall Mid-Covid

January 14, 2022 | John Fleming, Musical America
ORLANDO – Steinmetz Hall has been a long time coming. First proposed in the 1990s, the development of a first-class venue for classical music, opera, and dance in downtown Orlando had to overcome many delays, detours, and doubts through the … »Read
 

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Terry Teachout Dies at 65

January 13, 2022 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Terry Teachout, biographer, playwright, journalist, blogger, and longtime theater critic for the Wall Street Journal , died the morning of January 13 while visiting a friend in Smithtown, NY. He was 65. His death was first reported in the … »Read
 
 

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