Friday, April 3, 2009


New York City Opera announced their upcoming season yesterday, after essentially shutting down this year amidst the financial crisis and their leadership debacle. The just announced 2009-2010 season, which features five operas, includes a modern piece: Hugo Weisgall's Esther, two standards: Madama Butterfly and Don Giovani, an early work: Handel's Partenope and one rarely performed work: Chabrier's √Čtoile.

An exciting season if you ask me and even more exciting; finally able to write some good news about a Company we love dearly.

You can read the entire New York Times article about this here.

-- Edward.

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