Kudos for The Met's "Don Carlo"

by tdoadmin

The new staging by British director Nicholas Hytner and the “richly textured, inexorably paced and vividly characterized account of Verdi’s epic score” by the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra under the baton of a 35-year-old Canadian maestro (who is making big, big waves), get a thumbs-up from Anthony Tommasini of “The New York Times,” in addition to his praise of the “mostly excellent” cast.

If you happen to be doing any of your holiday shopping or window-shopping in NYC, it sounds worth your while to consider carving out an afternoon or evening for this.

Suzanne Calvin, Manager/Director Media & PR

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