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NYC Opera - A Tale Of Struggle For Much Of Its Life
"City Opera was a shadow of what it had been in, say, 1969-70, when it presented 145 performances of 21 works, from Puccini's "Bohème" to Ginastera's "Bomarzo." Sadly, that scrappy, idealistic company really vanished a few years ago." The New York Times 10/01/13
Posted October 2, 2013 09:11 AM




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