Seagle Music Colony summer opera program

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Seagle Music Colony summer opera program

Post by jbuck919 » Tue Mar 06, 2018 2:17 pm

This takes place in Schroon Lake not far north of here. At least two items are of interest next summer. In particular, I thought Len and Sue might be interested if they happen to be making one of their North Country trips. I've never been there, but may take in Julius Caesar and The Great Gatsby. They did Falstaff several summers ago for the Verdi anniversary, but I skipped it because perhaps they are not quite up to something so grand. (They are not Glimmerglass or Bard.) I also skipped it because I was on my way back from a musical trip to Boston and pretty tuckered out. Still, though it may also be something of a grand challenge, how often does one have the opportunity to hear Gatsby, assuming it's worth hearing?

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Re: Seagle Music Colony summer opera program

Post by lennygoran » Tue Mar 06, 2018 3:18 pm

jbuck919 wrote:
Tue Mar 06, 2018 2:17 pm
This takes place in Schroon Lake not far north of here. At least two items are of interest next summer. In particular, I thought Len and Sue might be interested if they happen to be making one of their North Country trips. I've never been there, but may take in Julius Caesar and The Great Gatsby.
John thanks, I'll take a look and keep that in mind. We've seen both operas back here in NYC at the Met. Regards, Len

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