Friday, April 3, 2009

Progress!

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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