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IN THE NEWS: MCANA MEMBERS' PICKS
Review: The Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra Lands at Lincoln Center – By Barbara Jepson at The Wall Street Journal'M. Butterfly' caps a solid Santa Fe Opera season - By Mark Tiarks for The New Mexican
With Muti sidelined, young conductor steps up to lead Chicago Symphony in Brahms triumph – By Lawrence B. Johnson at Chicago On the Aisle
Closing the loop: Jeremy Denk's acrobatic dexterity – By Angela Allen at Oregon ArtswatchGuide to Top Competitions in 2022 – At MusicalAmerica.com
Let us love: The 'Sun Comes Out' at Portland Opera – By Angela Allen at Oregon Artswatch
Other worlds beyond Earth: Seattle Opera’s ‘Orpheus’ – By Angela Allen at Oregon Artswatch
Seattle Symphony Debacle: Inside the Sudden Departure of Thomas Dausgaard – By Douglas McLennan at PostAlley.org
Orlando Lauches Its Brand New Concert Hall Mid-Covid – By John Fleming at MusicalAmerica.com
Reconsidering [the Vast Majority of ] Robert Schumann's Songs – By John W. Lambert at Classical Voice North Carolina
The Amahl file: A lifetime with Menotti's Christmas miracle – By Matthew Gurewitsch at Pundicity
Verdi’s Shakespeare Resonates Across Italian Opera – By Larry Wolff at The New York Times
How Jonny Greenwood Wrote the Year's Best Film Score – By Alex Ross at The New Yorker
‘... (Iphigenia)’ Review: A Sacrificial Character Finds Her Voice – By Heidi Waleson at The Wall Street Journal
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