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2015/01/21 12:57
2015/01/21 12:57
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From left, Steven Bailey, Ann Moss and Emil Miland appear this weekend at the recently refurbished Noe Valley Ministry in a Noe Valley Chamber Music concert. “NVCM asked me to put the program...
2015/01/21 12:57
2015/01/21 12:57
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2015/01/16 15:46
2015/01/16 15:46
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2015/01/15 17:08
2015/01/15 17:08
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MORRISTOWN -- In early 1994, Valery Gergiev and his friend, pianist Alexander Slobodyanik, then a resident of Morristown, entered a shuttered up old single-screen movie theater known as The Community...
2015/01/15 03:24
2015/01/15 03:24
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In our recent year-end piece about highlights of the San Francisco Opera's 2014 fall season, we mentioned the announcement by General Director David Gockley of his intended retirement in July 2016. We...
2015/01/07 21:57
2015/01/07 21:57
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Scheduled to program two more seasons beyond his retirement in 2016, Gockley will conclude a virtually unprecedented 44-year career, 33 at the helm of Houston Grand Opera, the rest with San Francisco...
2015/01/06 19:46
2015/01/06 19:46
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NEW YORK CITY Rachel Willis-Sørensen vividly recalls praying backstage during the Metropolitan Opera’s National Council Auditions four years ago that she would someday be invited to sing again in...
2015/01/01 23:45
2015/01/01 23:45
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Artist Peter Hudson launched toward a workbench in a Treasure Island warehouse - stopped short as if hit by lightning, and bolted in another direction - pinging with ideas through the work space like...
2015/01/01 03:24
2015/01/01 03:24
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The San Francisco Opera called it a wrap recently for the 2014 fall season with a final matinee performance of the company's charming new production of Puccini's beloved La Boheme. It was a solid...
2015/01/01 00:15
2015/01/01 00:15
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Janis Martin, a mezzo-soprano who reinvented herself as a soprano midway through a career that brought vivid praise for her command of Wagner and Strauss, died Dec. 14 in San Antonio. She was 75. The...
2014/12/30 16:34
2014/12/30 16:34
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WESTON — A tough, sour girl who has grown up almost without human contact — a sensitive, intelligent boy who has grown up feeling he should not exist — a clear-headed young man who knows the feel of...
2015/01/21 12:57
2015/01/21 12:57
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