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Subject: Opera News
From: Peter Bloch <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Tue, 13 Feb 2018 09:06:26 -0500
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> Stephen Charitan is totally correct.  The magazine has been dumbed down beyond imagining.  Do they actually think anyone is interested in the third-rate, vapid crap they publish?  People who want that crap have much better places to find it.  They’re certainly not going to buy an opera magazine to find it!
Peter Bloch 

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> On Feb 13, 2018, at 8:58 AM, OPERA-L automatic digest system <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> There are 9 messages totalling 559 lines in this issue.
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> Topics in this special issue:
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>  1. Fw: Opera Newzzzzzzzz
>  2. Werther in Strasbourg
>  3. The Classical Music Establishment
>  4. Opera Newzzzzzzzz (6)
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> Date:    Tue, 13 Feb 2018 00:39:06 -0600
> From:    Russ Geschke <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Fw: Opera Newzzzzzzzz
> 
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Russ Geschke" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: "DK Conn" <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Monday, February 12, 2018 5:55 PM
> Subject: Re: Opera Newzzzzzzzz
> 
> 
>> 
>> For actual content, many turned from Opera Newzzz to Opera Quarterly, 
>> which eventually moved its headquarters or whatever from a university 
>> (Duke?) in North Carolina to some university (Cambridge or Oxford?) in the 
>> UK and shortly thereafter folded.  (Back issues fortunately are available 
>> online via ebay and others.)  Does anybody here know the reason(s) for the 
>> move and why OQ disappeared?  It was such a great publication (IMO).
>> 
>> ----- Original Message ----- 
>> From: "DK Conn" <[log in to unmask]>
>> To: <[log in to unmask]>
>> Sent: Monday, February 12, 2018 5:38 PM
>> Subject: Re: Opera Newzzzzzzzz
>> 
>> 
>> .."the service it provides has become increasingly non-essential."
>> 
>> I know this is a Met-centric list, but one might almost say that of the 
>> Met
>> itself, with its sadly dull programming and too-often timid productions.
>> 
>> For those of us not based in NYC, the attractive alternative (for roughly
>> the same expense) is to travel elsewhere to see new or rarely performed
>> operas, interesting productions, and (if going overseas) singers who don't
>> (or haven't yet) sung in the US.
>> 
>> As for the current brainless "fashion magazine" incarnation of Opera News,
>> that is a major reason why I quit the Met guild.
>> 
>> DK
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> On Mon, 12 Feb 2018 17:58:56 -0500, Stephen Charitan 
>> <[log in to unmask]>
>> wrote:
>>> I've been subscribing to Opera News since 1971...over the last few years 
>>> it
>>> has become like the gas or electric bill  - something that comes in the
>>> mail with a degree of regularity - unlike the gas or electric bill the
>>> service it provides has become increasingly non-essential.
>>> 
>>> Take the current issue as a case in point.  The MET is doing a rare 
>>> Rossini
>>> masterpiece for the first time in 25 years - "Semiramide."  Not one 
>>> article
>>> to address this outside of a cast list for the coming broadcast / movie
>>> cast.  What we get instead  is a multi-page bubble brained fashion shoot 
>>> of
>>> Nebs in miscellaneous couture and coifs.  I am very close to getting out a
>>> black magic marker adding glasses and moustache to turn her into Groucho
>>> Netrebko.  I will then send it back to "editor" Paul Driscoll canceling my
>>> subscription....
>>> 
>>> Vergogna!
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> ------------------------------
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> Date:    Tue, 13 Feb 2018 05:00:32 -0500
> From:    Frank Cadenhead <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Werther in Strasbourg
> 
> Just noticed that the Werther at the Opera national du Rhin, on stage as =
> we speak,=20
> has a woman conductor, Ariane Matiakh, a woman stage director, Tatjana Gu=
> rbaca,=20
> a woman Assistant Decorator, Anne Kuhn, and a woman for costumes, Silke=20=
> 
> Willrett. There is a man for Decors and Lighting and another man singing =
> the title=20
> role.
> 
> Frank Cadenhead
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> ------------------------------
> 
> Date:    Tue, 13 Feb 2018 05:31:58 -0500
> From:    Frank Cadenhead <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: The Classical Music Establishment
> 
> An important essay about the conservative establishment in classical musi=
> c and=20
> the need for evolution. (I was going to put an "r" in front of evolution =
> but didn't.=20
> And don't worry, it's about symphony orchestras and not opera!)
> 
> https://www.icareifyoulisten.com/2018/02/systemic-discrimination-burden-
> sameness-american-orchestras/
> 
> Frank Cadenhead
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> ------------------------------
> 
> Date:    Tue, 13 Feb 2018 07:29:24 -0500
> From:    Wendell Eatherly <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: Opera Newzzzzzzzz
> 
>> On Mon, 12 Feb 2018 22:08:25 -0500, Ghozel <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> 
>> There used to be a good opera discussion listserv on Opera News online.
> When posters started getting critical of MET productions, they hid the
> listserv in a dark corner of the metopera website to the point that no on=
> e
> new would even know it's even there.
>> 
>> I haven't looked for the listserv in a long while. I assume it doesn't e=
> ven
> exist at this point.
> 
> I guess you mean "Standing Room"? It's still there, and fairly active, bu=
> t
> at the Met Opera Guild site, not Opera News. There's a link right at the =
> top
> of the Guild page, but if you don't know what you're looking for you'd
> probably think it actually has something to do with standing room. They
> certainly don't go out of their way to promote, and I think even when I
> first joined, about 20 years ago, I only found it by accident. It's reall=
> y
> the only reason I still subscribed (just renewed for three years). I rare=
> ly
> look at the actual magazine anymore, and probably have recycled quite a f=
> ew
> copies without looking past the cover.
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> 
> Date:    Tue, 13 Feb 2018 07:35:58 -0500
> From:    Idia Legray <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: Opera Newzzzzzzzz
> 
> Ah yes Paul, another masterpiece from the Master!
> 
> Actually, what this thread has divulged to me is that I am the only one w=
> ho=20
> doesn't pay for my subscription.  It comes free to me every single month =
> --=20
> for years.  Which must mean that none of the above posters except me=20
> donate money yearly to the Met, eh?
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> Date:    Tue, 13 Feb 2018 12:42:53 +0000
> From:    Bob Rideout <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: Opera Newzzzzzzzz
> 
> Nope! I send a contribution every year, but I target my
> gift to the Met Broadcast fund. I cancelled my
> Guild membership years ago and have not received
> Opera News since. I do receive a nice booklet listing
> all of the broadcasts and HDs, which Is well put together
> and which I keep close by during the broadcast season.
> 
> Bob
> 
>> On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 07:36 Idia Legray <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> 
>> Ah yes Paul, another masterpiece from the Master!
>> 
>> Actually, what this thread has divulged to me is that I am the only one who
>> doesn't pay for my subscription.  It comes free to me every single month --
>> for years.  Which must mean that none of the above posters except me
>> donate money yearly to the Met, eh?
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> Date:    Tue, 13 Feb 2018 07:43:56 -0500
> From:    R Stuart <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: Opera Newzzzzzzzz
> 
> "With so much info readily available on the internet"
> 
> That's the issue, isn't it?=20
> 
> With so much changing news and opinion available on the web on an hourly=20=
> 
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> Date:    Tue, 13 Feb 2018 08:33:38 -0500
> From:    Kiwi <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: Opera Newzzzzzzzz
> 
> A couple of things:  the dumbing down of Opera News seems started after it 
> had published one or more negative critiques about a Met Production, the 
> Gelb concept being that even though the Guild production in theory was a 
> stand-alone and needed journalistic freedom, it really wasn't.  It was a Met 
> House Organ and should never ever say anything wrong about a Met production. 
> I don't remember if there were firings that came a short time later or I'm 
> imagining that aspect, but it seems whatever Gelb wants, the board supports 
> and pressure is applied to make sure the Gelb edict is applied.  I don't 
> believe it has said anything negative about the Met since that kerfuffle, 
> which totally undermines it's editorial independence when it comes to the 
> reviews.
> 
> And about those reviews:  I used to read the the magazine because it was 
> rich in reviews from prominent overseas locations, featuring productions 
> which I wanted to know more about.  Especially in the last 12 months or so, 
> they have considerably thinned down the overseas reviews (it seems to me) 
> and upped some of the more obscure US venues.  As much as it nice to see 
> domestic opera celebrated, there is an awful lot of stuff happening in other 
> places that they simply ignore.  And I have no proof of this but I think the 
> review process reflects also on the preferences of the Met management in 
> that many of the reviews deal with singers who do (or might) appear at the 
> Met while ignoring a lot of major productions at theaters when the singers 
> are not.  I understand this is something of a PR magazine so it is operating 
> as a advertising vehicle but I've been increasingly frustrating by their 
> review selections and wonder why I'm not reading more about productions at 
> the Colón, for example.  And if they can feature a third tier US production 
> company, why can't they feature a second tear German one, for example?
> 
> And yes, the non-review articles are now fluff and stuff--again, the dumbing 
> down began a few years ago.  And as for cost, I have to assume it takes as 
> much or more money to hire a photographer, set up the shoot schedule, comb 
> the racks for expensive clothes (maybe there is quid pro quo) and produce 
> the glossy end product as it would to have a an additional story with meat 
> on its bones.
> 
> I get the magazine for 'free' (it really isn't, since I believe you cannot 
> deduct the value of the subscription as part of any sort of tax thing, all 
> of which likely ends next year thanks to the ridiculous new tax laws) with 
> my guild membership.  It is a 15 minute flip-through / pitch thing.  Sad, 
> because I still have some of the outstanding volumes from years ago.  But 
> like much of what has happened under the Gelb / enabling board regime, Opera 
> News has suffered and become virtually without value and disposable.
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> Date:    Tue, 13 Feb 2018 08:58:37 -0500
> From:    A Katalin Mitchell <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: Opera Newzzzzzzzz
> 
> Reading all these posts gave me the impulse to walk over to my 20 years of =
> Opera News sitting tightly packed on several shelves and randomly pick out a=
> n issue - first from 2004 with Juan Diego Florez making his first performanc=
> e at the MET, and then to 1994 with a grey haired plump cherub-faced Dima si=
> tting on the steps of the MET lobby as he made his debut there.  I could not=
> put them down... one fascinating article after another, it is making me lat=
> e for work! .... So I have to put my forlorn ten cents in as well... stopped=
> subscribing two years ago out of sheer frustration over what this marvelous=
> publication had become.  Just part of a changing world around us.
> 
> 
> =EF=BB=BFOn 2/12/18, 11:13 PM, "Discussion of opera and related issues on behalf =
> of G. Paul Padillo" <[log in to unmask] on behalf of sharkmeister99@=
> GMAIL.COM> wrote:
> 
>    Everything seems to run its course, and Opera News is no different than=
> anything else.  I=20
>    still subscribe and enjoy it, though admittedly, mostly for the reviews=
> and the online feature=20
>    and searches for older issues. =20
>   =20
>    Even the current issue has points of interest, a good read on Bernstein=
> and his opera=20
>    "career," with a nice memory of the '72 "Carmen" (which I fell in love =
> with through the book=20
>    "The Carmen Chronicles").  It also has a couple of fun photos not frequ=
> ently seen -=20
>    Bernstein at the piano putting Callas and Barbieri through the paces of=
> "Medea,"; Calllas=20
>    and Lenny sipping coffee; and more.=20
>   =20
>    While we dismay the magazine is not what it once was, the same can be s=
> aid of this list, as=20
>    other forums become more pronounced and appealing to different demograp=
> hics.  I often do=20
>    a little exercise where I look at the number of posts in a day e.g., to=
> day there have been 33=20
>    so far (which is a fairly high number these days). and compare it to fi=
> ve years ago today=20
>    with 53. posts . . . then and 15 years ago - 79.   Go back further just=
> a few years and some=20
>    of us old will remember getting notice the threshold for the day (100 p=
> osts) had been met=20
>    and our post would have to wait until "tomorrow."
>   =20
>    No, the magazine ain't what she used to be, but I I won't give up Opera=
> News, just as I=20
>    won't give up Opera-L - each has remained a staple and major part of my=
> life, (Opera News=20
>    by several more decades) and there is much to learn, enjoy if one is wi=
> lling=20
>   =20
>    And now for a moment (or two) of Bad American Poetry.  You're welcome.
>   =20
>    O what shall we do with our old Opera News?
>    Lay them down as protection for shining our shoes?
>    Or make colorful linings for an animal's cage,
>    Or mit scissors und glue gun make art (quite the rage!)
>   =20
>    Create collages of singers by name or by voice;
>    Castle, Guyer and Olson neath the singular name "Joyce"
>    Read articles about Schipa, Pipo or Martinelli
>    Laugh at shots of John Falstaffs - Colzani with belly!
>   =20
>    Then there's Sills' Thais cover all filmy . . . risque
>    (The one where in "Meditation" she danced a ballet!)
>    Or the Voice of the 70's, Miss K. Riaccerelli,
>    Radiantly described as a live Botticelli.
>   =20
>    One might find old issues addressed  to "Mrs. Fritz Reiner"=20
>    Or read of an opera inspired by Max Steiner
>    Or tributes aplenty filled with rantings and raves
>    Of singers who made splashes - and those who made waves.
>   =20
>    There's the covers with Placido numbering many,
>    Or a raincoated Stratas, smoking as Jenny
>    A small handful with divo, Roberto Alagna
>    Who found fame slingin' pizza (or was it lasagna?)
>   =20
>    When home sick with the flu and just barely awake
>    Reach into that box and some back issues take,
>    Then down ol' Memory Lane for hours you'll stroll
>    And realize opera's far cooler than mere rock 'n roll.
>   =20
>    I search out reviews tucked away in the back
>    Scouring always for works off the well beaten track
>    Jongleur . . . Cid . . . Esclarmonde - by my man, Massenet
>    Maxwell Davies's Lighthouse - and more mystery plays.
>   =20
>    Reports 'round the globe from venues exotic=20
>    And dozens of photos some deemed too erotic;
>    Like Rich Bernstein in speedos or Zach Stains all bare=20
>    Or that Tahu Rhodes guy in "The End of the Affair."
>   =20
>    Old issues when displayed can be quite ornamenta,l=20
>    And lead us down paths we may find sentimental.
>    They're a treasure for some while for others, verbotten!
>    Some linger in memory, others best forgotten.
>   =20
>    But take just a moment and ask "where'd I be"
>    Sans insights by Innaurato or Father Owen Lee?
>    Or those monthly schedules from Berlin to Taipei?
>    Or that case of the giggles caused by Tucker's toupee?
>   =20
>    Reports on La Callas funding babies' free milk,
>    Who sang like a goddess, while swathed in raw silk,
>    And too short-lived features like one, "Notebook" by Kellows=20
>    Or dozens of other rants by prepossessed fellows.
>   =20
>    Reports on : Milanov, Tebaldi and Price,
>    Complaints 'bout the State Theater's acoustic device
>    Complaints about "format" and those  "too many ads",
>    Or insane views that Rossini and Handel were "fads."
>   =20
>    So, what shall we do with our old Opera News's?
>    One makes a decision, one thinks, then one chooses
>    We can throw them away, cry "there's no room to store"
>    But you might just miss them when they are no more.
>   =20
>    p.
>   =20
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