Messages to the Maestro—Introduction
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Also of interest:
Commentary by Maestro Rescigno:
For the Florentine Opera Company:
Italian Girl in Algiers,
Río de Sangre,
For Opera Omaha: La traviata.
Lecturing at Delirious
Naples conference at Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò.
Profiles about Maestro Rescigno:
- Classical Singer
- La Scena Musicale (Die Walküre): in English
ou en français
Interview by Jonathan Palevsky on WBJC, 91.5, Maryland, regarding
Ground Rules: Please note that
this is not a public forum or real-time discussion board.
It is more like a “letters to the editor” facility. I will
entertain technical questions or questions about performance
practice from professionals and amateurs, scholars, and journalists.
However, I am not interested in critiquing the performances
and careers of my colleagues. Further, it’s just not possible
to give career advice in this setting or evaluate new compositions.
We check our mail daily and try to respond in a timely manner.
But you may have to bear with us if I’m travelling—and especially
if I must refer to a score or some other reference in order
to respond. Before you post a question, you might like to
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Books & Workshops: We have been getting
a lot of questions about books and workshops on conducting.
While I see some books from time-to-time, I am not
nearly as familiar with current books and workshops as someone
in music education or a music librarian. In addition to inquiring
at your local library and university or conservatory, we can
recommend these Web sites:
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