A little reading

There were several articles this week that showed up and seemed important enough to share. On the other hand, there are a couple of lighter things here too. You get to decide which is which. These links are in no particular order. San Diego Opera plans drive-in “All is Calm” film and live sing-along — … Read more

Yes, you need to know about immigration law

With so many changes in US policy, the arts are particularly affected by conflicts surrounding visas, immigration law and the difficulties that come with a very diverse performing community.  You may have been born here, but some of your most valued colleagues may be having trouble staying and working here.  Want to bring in an … Read more

Reading List: the Pacific Symphony blog

Being part of the classical community means staying in touch, so you know who’s doing what, which performances can’t be missed, where the trends are, and even who you’d like to audition for. While the List exists for a lot of these reasons (and thank you for reading us), additional sources will offer perspective that … Read more

From one of our Listers, a gift of really good writing

A friend who is extremely knowledgable about opera sent me a lovely Christmas gift by email this year, and it is so much appreciated that it’s worth passing along. After a little editing, here’s his introduction: “I just came upon one of the best blogs that I have ever read. Much pleasure from one of the foremost … Read more

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