Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Vissi D'arte

The Metropolitan Opera opened its new season, and the New York Times says they have already been forced to defend their new tradition-busting production of Tosca.

I recently learned about the world-renowned opera's Score Desk ticket program, which was created "for music students of all ages and for the visually impaired." Score desk seats are located somewhere inside the Metropolitan Opera House, but they offer "no view of the stage." Patrons are assured that the acoustics are "excellent from this location." Tickets are $16 for regular people and $14 for Guild Members.

Or: Tosca Act II - Leontyne Price

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