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|We welcome ourselves back to discuss opera productions we’ve seen this summer all over the country, as well as some that we are waiting for with bated breath. Letters That You Will Not Get: Women’s Voices from the Great War at AOP and Quamino’s Map at Chicago Opera Theater are both operas that opened recently whose creators we have interviewed in previous episodes; Hamlet at the Met is also examined.|
We delve into diversity and inclusion efforts in the opera world, and why the word “outreach” is no longer helpful for opera companies and symphonies. Ashley Renee gives her perspective on how Lincoln Center is slowly becoming the open campus and community resource it was originally meant to be.