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MICHAEL FABIANO may have the most exciting tenor voice in opera, and the careful calculation behind his career is paying off. This month, he stars in Rigoletto at the Paris Opera.
By Brian Kellow.
Photographed by Coral von Zumwalt at Inn at the Presidio.
 
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Salzburg Festival president HELGA RABL-STADLER has guided a cultural jewel into the twenty-first century.
by Fred Cohn. 
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Stage director KATIE MITCHELL brings her singular style to Pelléas et Mélisande in Aix.
by Jessica Duchen. 
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JEAN-LOUIS GRINDA, director of the Opéra de Monte Carlo, is also one of the busiest stage directors in Europe.
by Sheila Johnston. 
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The Irish soprano offers a true Dubliner’s look at the Irish capital.
by Brian Kellow. 
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DAVID GOCKLEY, one of the most distinguished opera administrators in U.S. history, steps down after a decade at San Francisco Opera.
by F. Paul Driscoll. 
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LORI LAITMAN'S opera The Scarlet Letter has traveled a long road to its professional premiere at OPERA COLORADO this month—but the composer never stopped believing it would happen.
by Matthew Sigman. 

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