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Soprano joins Packard Band for summer finale

The Vindicator 18 Aug 2022
Soprano Misook Yun will join the W.D ... With the Packard Band, Yun will perform George and Ira Gershwin’s “Someone to Watch Over Me,” John Barnes Chance’s Variations on a Korean Folk Song and Musetta’s Waltz from Giacomo Puccini’s opera “La Boheme.” ... The concert starts at 7 p.m ... NW, Warren ... Packard trust ... .
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Classical Notes: Glimmerglass director Zambello talks past, future on her exit

Times Union 14 Aug 2022
The business’ first project, a newly constructed 13-unit energy-efficient apartment building in the heart of Cooperstown, is expected to open in the fall ... She and her wife, Faith E ... Bernstein’s “Candide,” Puccini’s “La Boheme,” Handel’s “Rinaldo” and Gounod’s “Romeo and Juliet.” It’s a fairly conservative season, at least by recent standards ... .
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A season of love: Theatre 444 presents 'Rent'

Daily Messenger 01 Aug 2022
(It premiered off- and then on-Broadway in 1996.) ... (“Rent” was, after all, a loose reinterpretation of the Puccini opera “La Boheme,” circa 1898.) ... “A lot of us form stigmas about things that we don’t understand, or don’t want to understand or are afraid to understand. … None of us will understand completely ... 11-14 ... “Measure in love.”) ... Brown, of Geneva.
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Festivals under the stars woo music lovers

China Daily 29 Jul 2022
Outdoor events in demand as COVID-19 outbreaks are contained ... The evening also featured classic arias from nine Western operas, such as Carmen by French composer Georges Bizet, La Traviata, also by Verdi, and La Boheme by Italian composer Giacomo Puccini. The arias were performed by Chinese opera singers, headlined by Dai Yuqiang ... 1/5 Next.

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