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the ‘making of’ a great good thing

This blog entry is an ongoing in-depth interview between operamission’s director Jennifer Peterson and the two creators of a new full-length family opera: The Great Good Thing, music by Bruce Wolosoff, libretto by Debbie Danielpour, based on the novel by … Continue reading

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August…

Slow summer? Ummm… Since returning from Oberlin I’ve spent the month coaching the dedicated few singers, who are, along with me, daring to face the recession as just another artistic challenge. NYC pollution being the current enemy, I find any … Continue reading

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Progress on new opera by Stephen Andrew Taylor

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign faculty composer Stephen Andrew Taylor updated me on his most recent progress with his work with Portland writer Ursula K. Le Guin and librettist Marcia Johnson on his new opera Paradises Lost, based on Le Guin’s … Continue reading

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