How to be an operagoer
When I first heard of Opera in the ’90s, I assumed that it was an American invention and a relic of the past.
In fact, Opera was an opera for all of us.
In the early ’90.
it was a musical that resonated with all generations.
In 2018, opera is experiencing a renaissance of its own, as it becomes more popular and diverse.
In this special edition of the podcast, I want to talk about how opera has become a national treasure, and how it’s all the more remarkable because of its historical and cultural roots.
I talk to two experts on opera, as well as opera historians and a young opera singer.
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