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Met's Opera Commissioning Program Provokes Questions About What Opera Is
"The commissioning program raises interesting questions about what 21st-century opera should sound like, how and where it should be presented, and just where musical theater ends and opera begins. Fewer than half of the original dozen composers chosen for the program, who were drawn from the worlds of classical music, musical theater, pop and jazz, have made it to the workshop phase so far." The New York Times 10/08/13
Posted October 9, 2013 12:42 PM




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