September 2004 > Opera News > The Met Opera Guild
From Development server

Table Of Contents: September 2004

opera news

September 2004

Vol. 69, No. 3

Nathan Gunn
Julie Taymor
NYCO and Ground Zero


Features
Mr. Right
Subscribers Only
Nathan Gunn believes that there is a correct way of doing things - and it's paying off with a calendar of blue-chip engagements, including the Met's next world premiere. by F. PAUL DRISCOLL
Hot Tickets!
Subscribers Only
DAVID SHENGOLD raises the curtain on the best of 2004-05.
The Alchemist
Subscribers Only
Stage and screen sorceress Julie Taymor reveals the secrets of her dark and mysterious Die Zauberflöte, due at the Met in October. by DAVID COTE
Fearsome Fairyland
Subscribers Only
As New York City Opera prepares for the world premiere of Haroun and the Sea of Stories, LEIGHTON KERNER discovers that the music of Charles Wuorinen and the fiction of Salman Rushdie are a match made in heaven.
Pamela, Interrupted
Subscribers Only
Pamela Rosenberg tells ALLAN ULRICH why she has decided to step down as San Francisco Opera's general director.
Downtown Dreams and Travertine
Subscribers Only
ADAM WASSERMAN examines the reasons why New York City Opera won't be moving to the proposed new arts complex at Ground Zero.
Going Through Customs
Subscribers Only
JENNIFER MELICK unearths some odd opera-house traditions and finds out about the dramas that take place off the opera stage.
Indian Summer
Subscribers Only
Fifty years ago this season, contralto Marian Anderson became the first black singer to appear in a principal role on the Met stage. Sadly, by her own admission, it came too late. by BRUCE BURROUGHS
Departments
Recordings
In Review
Viewpoint: The Promise of Autumn
Subscribers Only
by F. PAUL DRISCOLL
OperaWatch
Subscribers Only
by F. PAUL DRISCOLL
Letters
Subscribers Only
Sound Bites: Georgia Jarman
Subscribers Only
by REBECCA PALLER
Singer's Diary: God, I Hope I Get It
Subscribers Only
by WILLIAM V. MADISON
Letter from Italy
Subscribers Only
by SILVIA LURAGHI
The Full Monte
Online ExclusiveSubscribers Only
STEPHEN MUDGE surveys the opera scene in Monaco
A Season of Song
Subscribers Only
Opera News's 2004-05 International Opera Forecast, compiled by BETSY MINGO and CHRISTOPHER CERRONE
Shostakovich in Print
Subscribers Only
by DAVID SHENGOLD
Obituaries
Opera News's Sonya Haddad dies at sixty-seven; baritone Pavel Lisitsian; critic E. Thomas Glasow; soprano Adèle Leigh; bass William Wildermann
Dateline
Online ExclusiveSubscribers Only
Coda: Don't Look Back
Subscribers Only
by BRIAN KELLOW

Follow OPERA NEWS on FacebookTwitter Button