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MATTHEW SHILVOCK, San Francisco Opera’s new general director, shares his hopes for the company. by F. Paul Driscoll. 
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In 2016, PLÁCIDO DOMINGO will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of his first Met appearance. He talks about his move into baritone repertoire—and the reaction of the critics. by Fred Cohn. 
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Soprano SUSANNA PHILLIPS, who sings Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus at the Met this month, has a very well-ordered outlook on life. by Louise T. Guinther. Photographs by Dario Acosta. 
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Marketing opera seems to get more complicated every year. How can OPERA COMPANIES attract new TICKET BUYERS—and keep them? by Matthew Sigman. Illustration by Robert Neubecker. 
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One of opera’s all-time great stage directors, TITO CAPOBIANCO, is still passionate about the art form. by James Kuslan. 
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The Illinois-born SOPRANO offers a hometown girl’s look at the SECOND CITY. by Eric Myers. 
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A Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright writes about adapting the novel BEL CANTO for the opera stage. by Nilo Cruz. 

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