Table Of Contents: September 1996

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Boston's Opera Dilemma

Vol. 61, No. 3

New American Opera: Mixed Prognosis
International Forecast 1996-97
Going to the Opera with actress Pat Carroll

New Beat in Buenos Aires
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Thanks to an improved economy and an enterprising general manager, business is booming at the Teatro Colón.
Homeless in Boston
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Why is staging opera such a struggle in New England's foremost city?By SUSAN LARSON
The 1996-97 Opera News International Forecast
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New Cues
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What tolook for in this season's Met productions. By DAVID PATRICK STEARNS
American Opera Today: A Second Chance
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ROBERT WARD contends that new works need further stagings before mainstream audiences will embrace them.
American Opera Today: A Gloomy Scenario
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JAMIE JAMES argues that most of our country's new operas are pampered into existence and have no constituency outside the music community
Going to the Opera with Pat Carroll
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In the first of a new interview series, F. PAUL DRISCOLL attends the Metropolitan Opera with a true Falstaff maven.
City Father
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Laszlo Halasz, founding director of the New York City Opera, talks about his life in music, and about what it was like starting a company from nothing. By JOHN W. FREEMAN
In Review
Telecast of September 11: La Forza del Destino
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