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  • Oct 02

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    Birthdays:

    Antonín Emil Titl (1809), José Ángel Montero (1832), Alfred Roller (1864), Henry Février (1875), Michel-Dimitri Calvocoressi (1877), Boris Izrayelevich Anisfeld  (1879), Alexey Fyodorovich Kozlovsky (1905), Otmar Mácha (1922), Giorgio Tadeo (1929), Guy Chauvet (1933)

    Losses:

    Andrea Mattioli (1679), Giuseppe Millico (1802), Bernard Ullman (1885), Max Bruch (1920), Mirko Polič  (1951), Jaroslav Doubrava (1960), Rudolf Laubenthal (1971), Lina Pagliughi (1980), Peter Herman Adler (1990), Joonas Kokkonen (1996)

     

    WilliamsMS

    Special Mention:

    John Williams

    (Oct 02, 1936)

    78th Birthday

     

    SummersMS

    Special Mention:

    Jonathan Summers

    (Oct 02, 1946)

    68th Birthday

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    BrandstetterMS

    Special Mention:

    John Brandstetter

    (Oct 02, 1949)

    65th Birthday

     

    Plasson Msd

    Special Mention:

    Michel Plasson

    (Oct 02, 1933)

    81st Birthday

    SacraPizzeti MS

    Special Mention:

    La Sacra rappresentazione di Abram e d’Isaac, I. Pizzetti 

    Perugia, Teatro Morlacchi

    World Premiere

    1937

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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     …  something like a cross between Sándor Kónya and Jess Thomas.”

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                                - Opera enthusiast and critic/author, Arthur Bloomfield, about Guy Chauvet (Oct 2, 1933–March 25, 2007)

    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf

    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf
    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf

    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf
    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf-  Dame Josephine Barstow (* Sept 27, 1940) 


    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf

    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf
    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf

    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf
    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf

     


     

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