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At the Summit
returns to the Met this month to sing the title role in a new production of
by Richard Fairman. Photographs by Benjamin Ealovega.
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Rossini’s Last Stand
was Rossini’s last opera—and the crowning glory of his career as an opera composer.
by Peter G. Davis. Illustration by Ben Kirchner.
Has the overwhelming success of
by Charles Isherwood.
is building an international reputation.
by John Allison.
An Epic Beginning
opens this month at
LYRIC OPERA OF CHICAGO
by A. J. Goldmann.
Road Show: Elza van den Heever in Bordeaux
SOUTH AFRICAN SOPRANO
makes her home in the historic French port city.
by Mario R. Mercado.
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