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Messages to the Maestro—Introduction

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Books & Workshops: In addition to inquiring at your local library and university or conservatory, check out these web sites:


 

Also of interest:

a sampling of profiles & interviews

web pages...

America Oggi

Arizona Daily Star

Arizona Republic

criticaclassica

Deseret News

Opera Today

La Scena Musicale in English ou en français

PDFs...

Classical Singer

Columbus Dispatch

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

Oggi

Opera Monthly

and

web pages...

“Drink it or save it? The wine collector’s dilemma”—written for Reuters, reprinted by the BBC

“Powerhouse Fare for High-Powered Bidders”The New York Times

Broadcast interviews (in pop-ups)


Maestro Rescigno lecturing at the “Delirious Naples” conference at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò, and interviewed as part of the Telling Time Projects 2007 - 2014.



Photo credit: Avery Photography, Milwaukee, WI.

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