Barbiere in The New Yorker

BLEECKER STREET OPERA: “THE BARBER OF SEVILLE”

The hardy, rough-and-ready ethos of the old Amato Opera had its charm, but its limitations became clear as the decades went by. Bleecker Street, one of two companies formed by former Amato personnel, has fostered a more professional standard of performance; its production of Rossini’s immortal comedy is directed by Teresa K. Pond and conducted by David Rosenmeyer, the associate conductor of the Oratorio Society of New York. (45 Bleecker Street Theatre. 212-239-6200. Jan. 9 at 3 and Jan. 10 at 7.)

Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/arts/events/classical/2010/01/11/100111gocl_GOAT_classical#ixzz0cR1ALRNi




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