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  • Oct 22

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    Birthdays:

    Vincenzo Manfredini (1737), Ambrogio Minoja (1752), Daniel Gottlieb Steibelt (1765), Federico Ricci (1809), Franz Liszt (1811), Carlo Emanuele Barbieri de Barbieri (1822), Leopold Damrosch (1832), Ottilie Porst (1864), C/Karl Muck (1859), Giovanni Martinelli (1885), Fidelio Friedrich Finke (1891), Marcel Mihalovici (1898), Günther Treptow (1907), Esther Réthy (1912), Doris May Lessing (1919), Hikaru Hayashi (1931), Tadeáš Salva (1937), Elizabeth Connell (1946)

     

    Losses:

    Benedetto Ferrari  (1681),  Alessandro Scarlatti (1725), Jean-Marie Leclair l’aîné (1764), Samuel Arnold  (1802), Louis Spohr (1859), Jean-Émile Diogène Marcoux (1962), Pauline Donalda (1970), David Franklin (1973), Oscar Fritz Schuh (1984), Viorica Ursuleac (1985)

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    Special Mention:

    Sir Donald Conroy McIntyre

    (Oct 22, 1934)

    80th Birthday

     

    BertoloMS

    Special Mention:

    Aldo Bertolo

    (Oct 22, 1949)

    65th Birthday 

     

    ChlostavaMS

    Special Mention:

    Danièle Chlostawa

    (Oct 22, 1949)

    65th Birthday 

     

    TrojahnMS

    Special Mention:

    Manfred Trojahn

    (Oct 22, 1949)

    65th Birthday

     

    FauconMS

    Special Mention:

    Le faucon Сокол, Dmitri Stepanovich Bortnyansky

    St. Petersburg, Gatchina Palace

    World Premiere

    1786

    NixonMS

    Special Mention:

    Nixon in China, John Adams

    Houston, Wortham Theater

    1987

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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                                  Oct 22

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     …   I think the job we have is to take the influence from ordinary life and to bring our experience to the theatre… It might come from your childhood or what your children said to you the other day.”

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                                                           - Sir Donald McIntyre (* Oct 22, 1934)

    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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