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Dima Beloved thmb 218Dima, Beloved
Dmitri Hvorostovsky had a singularly powerful connection to his audiences.
By Jennifer Melick 
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The incomparable Peter Mattei returns to the Met as Amfortas.
By Henry Stewart
Photographs by Dario Acosta
 
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Tolerance was the central value of Giacomo Meyerbeer’s life and work. Why are his powerful, timely operas rarely revived?
By Philip Kennicott
Illustration by Nigel Buchanan 
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Tenor Klaus Florian Vogt brings his unconventional sound to the Met’s Parsifal.
By David Patrick Stearns 
Becoming Kundry thmb 218Becoming Kundry
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Dramatic soprano Evelyn Herlitzius sings at the Met and San Francisco Opera in her U.S. debut season.
By A. J. Goldmann 
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Maestro Emmanuel Villaume is at home in Dallas, Prague and New York.
By David J. Baker 
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General director Susan Danis’s hands-on approach is leading Florida Grand Opera into a new era.
By Fred Cohn 

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