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Seagle set to tackle less familiar operas, including Russian work

This is a scene from "Streetscene" at Seagle Music Colony.
This is a scene from "Streetscene" at Seagle Music Colony.
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When the Seagle Music Colony opens its main stage season Wednesday, July 3, three of the four operas may not be familiar. “There are more unknown shows than is typical,” said Tony Kostecki, the company’s general manager. “But it’s good for the singers.” Those singers, which this year numbers 32 and are coming from all over the country, are mostly graduate students or are just starting their careers. For 98 years, the Colony has presented ...


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