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, Octavian in the Met’s new
, thrives on expanding her repertoire.
By Jennifer Melick. Photographs by Nomi Baumgartl.
The extraordinary artistic sympathy between
yielded an unforgettable performance of Medea at La Scala in 1961.
by Fabrizio Melano.
is one of U.S. opera’s most valuable players.
by Scott Barnes.
Road Show: Joseph Calleja in Malta
An international star tenor extols the beauty of his
by Eric Myers.
Finger on the Pulse
is a company like no other.
by Joanne Sydney Lessner.
isn’t afraid to talk about anything.
by Maria Mazzaro. Portrait by Dario Acosta.
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