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Table Of Contents: June 1993
Germany's Reunification Blues
Vol. 57, No. 17
Benita Valente's Team Spirit
U.S. Summer Opera Forecast
DONALD ROSENBERG looks at Lyric Opera Cleveland's three-way summer opera program-which this season includes the premiere of Libby Larsen's
Ward on Wharton
CARL J. HALPERIN talks to Robert Ward, whose new opera,
, opens this month at Triangle Opera Theatre
ANNE MIDGETTE looks at the chaotic state of opera in the new Germany
Benita Valente's career has been marked by a long series of fruitful collaborations. By CORI ELLISON
OPERA NEWS 1993 Summer Opera Forecast
Samuel Barber: the Composer and His Music
by Barbara B. Heyman
Nuveen/Lyric Opera of Chicago Radio Network Broadcasts
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, given its world premiere at LA Opera in the Redcat Theater, turned out to be a powerful morality play that addressed itself to some of the abiding terrors of our own time.
, given its world premiere by Cincinnati Opera on June 11, elicits tears not because it demands them, but through its understated treatment of an impossibly sad situation.
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