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Romy the Cat


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Chicago Lyric Opera on WFMT–FM

The Chicago Lyric Opera http://www.lyricopera.org/  the first time since  their glorious 70s begun today to broadcast their summer program via the WFMT–FM on Sunday 8PM.

http://www.wfmt.com/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WFMT

The broadcast are syndicated by many MF radio stations:

http://www.wfmt.com/main.taf?p=12,10,5,4,1

Not the second act of Turandot is though and here is what is coming on Summer:

Lyric Opera of Chicago opened its 2006-07 season last night with a revival of its famous staging of Puccini's Turandot designed by artist David Hockney. In the production, which has six performances through October 3 with another seven from January 13 through February 1, Andrea Gruber sings the titular princess for both runs. For the autumn run, Vladimir Galouzine sings Calaf, Hao Jiang Tian takes the role of Timur and Patricia Racette plays the slave girl Liù; in January, Johan Botha sings Timur, with Andrea Silvestrelli as Timur and Serena Farnocchia as Liù.

The coming season at Lyric Opera includes three new productions, of Gluck's Iphigénie en Tauride, Strauss's Salome, and Verdi's Il trovatore.

Most anticipated is surely the new Salome, directed by Francesca Zambello, with soprano Deborah Voigt making her much-anticipated first staged appearance in the title role. Voigt, a universally acclaimed singer of Strauss, sang Salome at a concert performance at Tanglewood in 2001, but a staged performance has been slow in coming, in part because of the singer's size. She has lost a large amount of weight since undergoing gastric-bypass surgery in June 2004.
Starring alongside Voigt will be Alan Held as Jochanaan (John the Baptist), Kim Begley as Herod and Judith Forst as Herodias. Lyric Opera music director Andrew Davis, currently recovering from vascular surgery on his leg, is expected back on the podium for the production, which runs from October 21 to November 21.

Iphigénie en Tauride, a co-production with San Francisco Opera, will be seen in Chicago for eight performances from September 29 to October 27 before moving to San Francisco in June 2007. Susan Graham will sing the title role in both cities; in Chicago, Paul Groves sings the role of Pylade and Lucas Meacham takes over the role of Oreste from Simon Keenlyside, who withdrew in August due to a back injury. Robert Carsen is the director; Louis Langrée, the music director of the Mostly Mozart Festival, will conduct in his Lyric Opera debut.

Il trovatore will star Sondra Radvanovsky as Leonora, Dolora Zajick as Azucena, Walter Fraccaro and Vincenzo La Scola sharing the role of Manrico and Mark Delavan as the Count di Luna; Bruno Bartoletti, the Lyric's artistic director emeritus, will conduct. The production, directed by David McVicar, is "Goya-inspired," according to a press release, and set in Spain. There will be 11 performances form November 4 to December 8.

The season will also include Gounod's Roméo et Juliette, with Dina Kuznetsova as Juliette and Matthew Polenzani and Massimo Giordano sharing the role of Roméo; a holiday production of Johann Strauss's Die Fledermaus with Andrea Rost, Marlis Petersen, Alice Coote and Bo Skovhus; Mozart's Così fan tutte with Erin Wall, Lauren McNeese, Eric Cutler and Nathan Gunn as the lovers and Thomas Allen and Nuccia Focile as Don Alfonso and Despina; and Poulenc's Dialogues of the Carmelites, with Isabel Bayrakdarian, Felicity Palmer, Patricia Racette, Anna Christy and Jane Irwin in Robert Carsen's production.



"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
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Romy the Cat


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The WHRB's Chicago Lyric schedule during summer 2009
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Sunday evenings at 8 pm during the summer:

LYRIC OPERA OF CHICAGO (through July) and other live-by-recording performances

 

June 14: Massenet: Manon; Natalie Dessay, Jonas Kaufmann, Christopher Feigum, Raymond Aceto; Emmanuel Villaume

June 21: Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana; Dolora Zajick, Carlo Ventre, Mark Delavan; Leoncavallo: Pagliacci: Ana Maria Martinez, Vladimir Galouzine, Mark Delavan, Christopher Feigum; Renato Palumbo

June 28: Mozart: The Abduction from the Seraglio; Erin Wall, Matthew Polenzani, Aleksandra Kurzak, Steve Davislim, Andrea Silvestrelli; Sir Andrew Davis

July 5: Puccini: Madama Butterfly; Patricia Racette, Frank Lopardo, Katharine Goeldner, James Westman; Sir Andrew Davis

July 12: Gershwin: Porgy and Bess; Gordon Hawkins, Morenike Fadayomi, Lester Lynch, Jonita Lattimore, Jermaine Smith; Sir Andrew Davis

July 19: Bizet.: The Pearl Fishers; Nicole Cabell, Eric Cutler, Nathan Gunn, Christian Van Horn; John Mauceri

July 26: Wagner: Tristan und Isolde; Clifton Forbis, Deborah Voigt, Petra Lang, Jason Stearns, Stephen Milling; Sir Andrew Davis

August 2: Puccini: Il Trittico; Anja Kampe, Salvatore Licitra, and Mark Delavan (Il Tabarro), Sondra Radvanovsky and Larissa Diadkova (Suor Angelica), Thomas Allen, Laura Tatulescu, Jill Grove, and Saimir Pirgu (Gianni Schicchi); James Conlon (Los Angeles Opera)

August 9: Wagner: Das Rheingold; Vitalij Kowaljow, Gordon Harwkins, Michelle DeYoung, Jill Grove, Graham Clark, Eric Halfvarson, Morris Robinson; James Conlon (Los Angeles Opera)

August 16: Wagner: Die Walküre; Plácido Domingo, Anja Kampe, Eric Halfvarson, Linda Watson, Vitalij Kowaljow, Michelle DeYoung; James Conlon (Los Angeles Opera)

August 23: Braunfels: The Birds; Désirée Rancatore, Brandon Javanovich, James Johnson, Stacey Tappan; James Conlon (Los Angeles Opera)

August 30: Verdi: Simon Boccanegra; Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Marcus Haddock, Vitalij Kowaljow; Donald Runnicles (San Francisco Opera)




"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
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Romy the Cat


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WHRB Summer 2012
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Sunday evening operas - 8 pm each week: LYRIC OPERA OF CHICAGO followed by opera performances from Los Angeles.

June 3: Offenbach: The Tales of Hoffman; Matthew Polenzani, Anna Christy, Erin Wall, Alyson Cambridge, James Morris, Emily Fons; Emmanuel Villaume
June 10: Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor; Susanna Philips, Giuseppe Filianoti, Brian Mulligan, Christian Van Horn, Paul Scholten; Massimo Zanetti
June 17: Mussorgsky: Boris Godunov; Ferruccio Furlanetto, Andrea Silvestrelli, Raymond Aceto, Stefan Margita; Sir Andrew Davis
June 24: Mozart: The Magic Flute; Charles Castronovo, Stéphane Degout, Nicole Cabell, Audrey Luna, Günther Groissböck, Richard Stilwell; Sir Andrew Davis
July 1: Strauss, R.:Ariadne auf Naxos; Amber Wagner, Anna Christy, Alice Coote, Brandon Jovanovich, Eike Wilm Schulte, Matthew Worth; Sir Andrew Davis
July 8: Kern: Show Boat; Nathan Gunn, Ashley Brown, Alyson Cambridge, Morris Robinson; John DeMain
July 15: Handel: Rinaldo; David Daniels, Julia Kleiter, Elza van den Heever, Luca Pisaroni, Sonia Prina, Iestyn Davies; Harry Bicket
July 22: Verdi: Aida; Sondra Radvanovsky, Marcello Giordani, Jill Grove, Gordon Hawkins, Stefan Kocán; Renato Palumbo
July 29: Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin; Dalibor Jenis, Oksana Dyka, Vsevolod Grivnov, Ekaterina Semenchuk, James Creswell; James Conlon (Los Angeles)
August 5: Gounod: Roméo et Juliette; Vittorio Grigolo, Nino Machaidze, Museop Kim, Vitalij Kowaljow, Renée Rapier; Plácido Domingo (Los Angeles)
August 12: Britten: Albert Herring: Alek Shrader,Christine Brewer, Daniela Mack, Richard Bernstein; James Conlon (Los Angeles)
August 19: Puccini: La Bohème: Stephen Costello, Allyn Perez, Artur Rucinski, Janai Brugger, Robert Pomakov; Patrick Summers (Los Angeles)


"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche
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