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Cavalleria Rusticana – The first of two one-act operas separated by one intermission and millions of emotional miles

A true music lover (male) is defined as a man who hears a girl singing in her bathtub and puts his ear to the keyhole. There were no bathtubs around to test this definition, but judging by the number of happy faces in the lobby at intermission there were a lot of music lovers in the audience at Pocket Opera this afternoon. Continue reading »

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