Exciting news, friends!
This year, the long-standing New York City Opera closed its doors due to financial hardship. However, if this discovery is any indication, it may very well sing again- back and better than ever.
The NYC Opera Renaissance foundation shall present our namesake’s classic tale of love and violence, Tosca, next month at Lincoln Center. Interestingly, it will be a recreation of Tosca‘s original production that played Rome in 1900. This showing, of course, will be conducted by the very-much-alive Pacien Mazzagatti and tickets range from $20 to $150. Are any of you planning to catch this one? Did you have an experience with the old New York City Opera?