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8/19/2014 | Download File (84.88 MB) - right click to download
Met Reaches Deal With AGMA and AFM...Met Predicts Larger Deficit Next Season...San Diego Opera: The Whole Story...Wainwright Selling The Shirts Off His Back To Fund Prima Donna Recording...Mountian Lion (And Accoridng To Peter Gelb, Most Americans) Scared Off By Opera...Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera Scraps Fall Season...The Show Must Go On...All Of Her Fingers Must Hurt. In part one of Oliver's Corner on Elixir of Love, Belcore is a d*ck. Plus Guess Who Died? This week features Michael, The OC, Doug Dodson, Jenny Rivera and Michael Mayes.
8/4/2014 | Download File (53.57 MB) - right click to download
Our first live show, from sunny Santa Barbara... The Met union struggles continue but with some light at the end of the tunnel...Germany saves the day once again with opera jobs...Tamar Iveri plans gay bash to make up for her previous gay bash...Is opera racist? (probably). This week in Oliver's Corner, not even Marilyn Horne can get him off of his script about Act 2 of Carmen. Plus Guess Who Died? This week features Michael, The OC, Jenny Rivera, Will Ferguson...and MARYLIN HORNE!
7/16/2014 | Download File (35.61 MB) - right click to download
Arts Council puts the squeeze on ENO (they lost weight in preparation)...Eric Owens puts his money where his mouth is...Some revalations on how The Met chorus is paid. In Oliver's Corner, seven tenors-you-should-know show you how to talk to a lady, how to scare the audience, and how to vocally demonstrate wood. Plus Guess Who Died? The Man, The Maestro, The Maazel. This week features Michael, The OC and Mike Mayes and Tim Myers (with special guest stars at the end.)
7/4/2014 | Download File (49.86 MB) - right click to download
Opera Australia PR Nightmare...Chicago Festival Can't Pay for Beethoven...Klinghoffer and other problems at The Met. This week in Oliver's Corner: I came here to give you a kiss. From your mother. Set your phasers to OPERA. Plus Guess Who Died?
6/18/2014 | Download File (51.69 MB) - right click to download
Metropolitan Opera on the edge of a precipice...Some companies are doing fine...Covent Garden wraps up homeless Dialouges...Anger over electronic orchestra causes postponement. In Oliver's Corner, we learn that Handel was the Stephen Spielberg of the high baroque, and Cavalli was the Orson Welles (?) of......aw, never mind. Just listen to some nice duets from La Calisto. Tune in to the end to hear an interview with Eric Einhorn and Jennifer Petersn on On Site Opera where we discuss the company and their new production of Rameau's Pygmalion happning now!